Petisyen itu menuntut Akta Referendum bagi memelihara hak istimewa dan pengiktirafan yang diberikan kepada Sarawak di bawah Perjanjian Malaysia 1963.
The Petition calls for a Referendum Act with the purpose of safeguarding the special rights and recognition negotiated for Sarawak under the Malaysia Agreement 1963.
Greater autonomy at NRD Sarawak under the new Director, a local, was expected to result in the adoption of policies which reflect the “on the ground” situation in the state.
If the Barisan Nasional (BN) fails to deliver, the people of Sarawak will never trust the ruling coalition again.
Assemblyman says the Federal Government has no basis to maintain ownership beyond April 2012 and negotiation of any Petroleum Sharing Contract (PSC) should rightly be done with the Sarawak Government.
The state election result had been skewed long before polling day by extensive gerrymandering given the ruling coalition's two-thirds majority in the Sarawak Assembly and endorsed by a simple majority in Parliament.
Save Rivers urges the Sarawak Government to review its immigration policy as there is no respect for the real and original objective of control when it was first drafted.
These allegations, if true, contravene the Election Offences Act 1954, as Section 10 of the Act clearly stipulates that attempts to bribe voters, using cash or offers of cash, was illegal.
Sarawak Chief Minister Adenan Satem and the Malaysian authorities urged to support the tracing and recovery of assets allegedly stolen by the Taib family.
The former Prime Minister calls for balance in terms of power between the centre and the state to ensure interdependence between the two.
Sarawak Chief Minister Adenan Satem has adopted their positions on autonomy and state rights.
Adenan Satem, set to be Chief Minister designate on May 7, will lead the Sarawak Government team to discuss the Malaysia Agreement 1963 with Putrajaya and the second phase on the devolution of administrative powers.
PKR Sarawak has called on the prime minister to publicly state, on behalf of the Sarawak Government, his coalition’s position on the UEC qualification, the English language and oil and gas related issues.
The people should punish Barisan Nasional (BN) and Adenan Satem for allowing GST to be implemented.
It’s a well-known and well reported Barisan Nasional (BN) practice for bags of cash to be distributed to many longhouses the day before polling day in order to buy votes.
The DAP veteran does not see the Opposition being able to win 28 seats, the “magic figure” to deny Adenan Satem two-thirds majority in the Sarawak Assembly.
The DAP veteran has gathered the views of the public in 121 constituencies on the RM50 billion 1MDB and RM4.2 billion “donation” mega global scandals since his suspension from Parliament as Gelang Patah MP.
Adenan is so confident of winning at least 70 of the state seats on May 7 but blemishes and blot his image as a democrat and reformer.
The Sarawak Government has no power to bar legitimate political activities taking place in the state.
If Penang and Selangor can continue to be governed by Pakatan Harapan state governments, there’s no reason why the informal national alliance cannot seize the reins of power in Sarawak come 2021, says Kit Siang.
The issue to be decided was whether there’s going to be a strong, effective and principled Opposition in the Sarawak Assembly.
The people of Sarawak should decide whether they want their vote on May 7 to be used by Najib as endorsing his premiership and expressing confidence in his leadership.
The Sarawak Chief Minister was perhaps not aware that the Penang Government did indeed consider starting its own bus company, but was thwarted by licensing issues.
The teachers stressed that the police reports were lodged for the sake of clarification and for their own protection following a letter advising the Education Department to transfer them before the May 7 state election.