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Sarikei resignation shows DAP Sarawak leadership's true nature

IN 2011, when Sarawak last held a state election, Wong Ching King resigned as a secondary school teacher because he believed in the Democratic Action Party (DAP) and wanted to join its ranks. 696 more words

Sarawak

DAP rejects rural development but wants rural votes

THE Democratic Action Party (DAP) is really ‘amazing’.

In the State Legislative Assembly (DUN), it’s elected representatives blatantly rejected our Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Adenan Satem’s move to seek an additional RM1 billion for rural development programmes in our Great State. 554 more words

Sarawak

Suruh Najib Kawin Baru, merely a friendly joke

Adenan Satem’s joke has become a hot issue among the oppositions when he said ‘cari bini baru orang iban’to the Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib during his visit to a kampung in Sarawak recently. 401 more words

Adenan is anti-inequality not anti-federal

OUR Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Adenan Satem has indeed been a real champion for Sarawak and Sarawakian rights since he came into office.

He’s put in place some 50 initiatives and principles to bring our Great State to even greater heights. 386 more words

Sarawak

DAP Wong..Not You Also After Violet's Statement..?

The amount of rain which hit Kuching starting from 2am to 11am this morning was unbelievable. The water that flowed down will have any area overflowing.  100 more words

Blogs

DAP Violet "Oh Please ... Flood"

If the Sarawak State Government have not done anything or lifted a finger DAP Pending Assemblyman have every right to issue the statement above. The last few days 18th to 21st February 2016 the amount of rain that has fallen in the Kuching Division even the best drainage system will not be able to contain the gallons of water the rain brought . 78 more words

Malaysian Politics

CM calls for Chinese community to return to mainstream politics

MEMBERS of the Chinese community in Sarawak have been asked to return to mainstream politics.

Our Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Adenan Satem made the call, pointing out that Chinese representatives are needed in the government. 603 more words

Sarawak