The ex-Pujut assemblyman says he was already 'very involved' in the community and politics and that a full-time medical career was not 'tenable'.
Sarawak's Second Finance Minister Wong Soon Koh says Dr Ting Tiong Choon was still a bankrupt last year, pointing to search results as recent as last July.
It says if Abang Johari's plan is to build a high-speed rail system instead of the LRT, then he should build one that connects all cities and towns in Sarawak.
Opposition party files motion against Wong Soon Koh for allegedly misleading state assembly.
Sim Kui Hian says while SUPP doors remain open to UPP, it would not give up its right to contest as a BN component, should Pujut be up for a by-election.
‘What happened two days ago will go down in history as a stigma on Abang Johari's administration,’ says state DAP leader Chong Chieng Jen.
Jawatankuasa DAP Negeri akan mengadakan mesyuarat tergempar bagi membincangkan perkara tentang kehilangan kelayakan Ting sebagai wakil yang dipilih, kata pemimpin DAP Sarawak, Chong Chieng Jen.
How could BN members see themselves as more knowledgeable and with more authority than Federal Court judges?, asks DAP's Wong King Wei.
Emergency party meeting today to discuss legal recourse says state DAP chief Chong Chieng Jen, who accuses BN reps, speaker of usurping powers of judiciary.
UPP leader Wong Soon Koh speaks of collaboration with his former party SUPP, in order to win back Chinese majority seats in next general election.
SUPP’s Wong Soon Koh demands Dr Ting Ching Choon state if he has Australian citizenship.
SUPP's Dr Sim Kui Hian says he, too, spent many years in Australia but unlike Dr Ting Tiong Choon, he never took Australian citizenship.
Calling it a ‘travesty of justice’, opposition cries foul over Barisan Nasional move to disqualify Pujut assemblyman for his previous Australian citizenship.
70 members of the state legislative assembly voted in favour of disqualifying Dr Ting Tiong Choon.
'DAP kata saya cakap kosong. Tidak apa. Kita tengok. Tunggu 3 tahun. Kita tengok siapa cakap kosong,' kata ketua menteri Sarawak
‘DAP says I am full of hot air. Never mind, just wait. Next three years ... We will deliver what we promise,' Sarawak chief minister says.
The state expects an extra RM300 million annually from the increase in the premium but hopes to ban such exports totally in the near future.
Sarawak DAP chief Chong Chieng Jen says new policy may not be able to reduce costs of imported goods as some already import directly, from places like China.
Chief minister hails the promotions of PBB’s Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah and Talib Zulpilip to solidify the state administration.
State PKR head Baru Bian says cooperation in GE14 needed to prevent BN from continuing its hold over the federal government.
Sebaliknya, parti pembangkang, Parti Reformasi Negeri mahu RUU seumpama itu yang bersifat terikat dengan undang-undang dan dibawa ke Parlimen.
Both Sarawak BN and state opposition leaders criticise bid by PKR to table bill for non-binding 'citizens-initiated' referendum calling it a waste of money.
Pakatan Harapan Youth representative says Election Commission's move to stop distributing draft of electoral roll will also 'curtail democracy'.
This will allow citizens to call for a referendum on issues close to their heart.