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| April 23, 2012
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SUPP ex-president George Chan, in his book 'What Now', has blamed his party's 'ineffectiveness' to Taib Mahmud's long leadership. More ››

December 11, 2011
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He offers a way back to his rival Wong Soon Koh by offering some vacant central working committee slots. More ››

| December 11, 2011
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Najib Tun Razak must actualize his 1Malaysia concept by first reigning in the hotheads in Umno who spew racism... More ››

| December 10, 2011
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Deputy secretary general and team cannot take their seats with them if they resign from SUPP, says outgoing president... More ››

| November 29, 2011
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The battle to lead Sarawak United Peoples' Party has never before seen such ferocity. More ››

| October 17, 2011
Wong Soon Koh

Sibu warlord Wong Soon Koh to fence with Miri veteran Peter Chin in SUPP's presidential race. More ››

| October 17, 2011
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Federal minister Peter Chin launches his bid for the party's presidency after receiving a groundswell of support. More ››

| September 7, 2011
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The traditionally Chinese-based Sarawak United Peoples Party may not take kindly to a Dayak leader. More ››

| August 18, 2011
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Former Sarawak deputy chief minister's disclosure that the BN does not take heed of the Chinese community's interests a... More ››

| August 7, 2011
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SUPP president George Chan's preferred successor, Wong Soon Koh, may not survive a straight fight against grassroots 'hero' ... More ››

| June 16, 2011
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SUPP deputy secretary general Wong Soon Koh believes that asking him to explain why he joined the state Cabinet... More ››

| June 15, 2011
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Embattled Sarawak United Peoples Party president George Chan dismisses calls to convene central committee meeting More ››

| May 28, 2011
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After thumbing its nose at the Taib government, party makes an about turn and decides it needs its two... More ››

| May 24, 2011
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Angry SUPP members want delegates to decide if its two Chinese leaders should accept ministerial posts in Chief Minister... More ››

| April 29, 2011
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Former deputy Chief Minister George Chan believes that his party, SUPP, is badly in need of a 'new' young... More ››

April 28, 2011
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Perkembangan ini menimbulkan kebimbangan tentang kemungkinan wujudnya trend polarisasi seperti yang dipamerkan oleh pengundi Cina di Semenanjung Malaysia. More ››

| April 22, 2011
COMMENT
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Taib Mahmud, who retained his seat in Balingian in last week's polls, has 'outlived so many PMs'. Does Najib... More ››

April 22, 2011
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BN

BN cannot afford to go into the general election without learning from its losses in Sarawak. More ››

| April 21, 2011
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SUPP deputy secretary-general Wong Soon Koh's defiance is set to cause further strain between Hokkien and Foochow clansmen within... More ››

| April 19, 2011
James Masing

With the Chinese out of the way, the Dayak-dominated parties within Sarawak BN are eyeing the deputy chief minister's... More ››

| April 18, 2011
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Chinese-dominated Sarawak United Peoples' Party has denied that a major split within its ranks is looming. More ››

| April 18, 2011
COMMENT
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There will be major political fallout from the Chinese community’s complete rejection of Taib. More ››

| April 11, 2011
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How will SUPP president Dr George Chan explain his daughter's ownership of RM38 million worth of shares in Monardo... More ››

| April 9, 2011
COMMENT
taib mansion

The mainstream media which are writing off Pakatan Rakyat as not having 'a rat's ass of a chance' in... More ››

| April 7, 2011
guan-eng

Guan Eng says the Sarawak-based party has failed to deliver and has no right to fish for votes from... More ››

April 7, 2011
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It will be a tough fight for SUPP to stay relevant after it suffered a humiliating drubbing in the... More ››

| April 7, 2011
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They are all geared up to tear down SUPP's house of cards in at least four constituencies More ››

| April 5, 2011
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PKR's strongman Domique Ng has quit the party after being overlooked as a candidate and may contest as independent... More ››

| March 23, 2011
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Sarawak United Peoples Party (SUPP), which already has a huge battle ahead in the coming polls, may be facing... More ››

March 22, 2011
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Sarawak Chief Minister Taib Mahmud is optimistic that BN can win through the support of the people. More ››

| March 22, 2011
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Taib Mahmud who sees himself as Singapore's elder statesman Lee Kuan Yew, is seeking a 'seat warmer' until a... More ››

| March 19, 2011
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If it’s going to be a long goodbye, dragging on to mid-term, Taib's unlikely to be taken seriously. More ››

| March 15, 2011
Bernard Dompok

Barisan Nasional allies in Sabah and Sarawak have spoken out against the Federal Government's move to detain 30,000 Bibles... More ››

March 2, 2011
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SUPP is optimistic that the state BN will be a strong force as it faces the coming state polls. More ››

| February 15, 2011
COMMENT
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The chief minister is telling the world he is willing to quit the scene but no one is taking... More ››

| February 10, 2011
george chan

'Hak peribadi' setiap wakil rakyat untuk memberi laluan kepada muka baru More ››

| February 1, 2011
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Sarawak Barisan Nasional reps are finally feeling the heat from the web world. More ››

| January 26, 2011

SUPP, whose political existence is propped by Chief Minister Taib Mahmud's patronage, says the Chinese have always been given... More ››

| January 12, 2011

SUPP has rebranded itself and is now talking less and listening more. More ››

| January 4, 2011
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Sarawak DAP has dismissed SUPP's bid to address racial imblance as a 'political stunt'. More ››

January 3, 2011
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Sarawak United People’s Party will face an uphill task to wrest back two state seats due to internal infighting. More ››