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Opposition to focus on Batu Sumpah pledges, says Kit Siang

He says these pledges, made during formation of Sabah, must be upheld by the current federal and state governments.

Jeffrey: M’sia, Sabah, S’wak should comply with MA63

The longtime Borneo rights advocate calls for the Inter-Governmental Committee (IGC) to deliberate on the Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63).

Sabah challenged to give land for landless

People of Sabah must benefit from federalism, not just BN chiefs, says Kit Siang

DAP Sabah letak syarat

Jika bekas Ketua Menteri itu mewakili BN, dia mesti diberikan kuasa untuk berbuat demikian.

Isu pergaduhan batu sumpah ‘provokasi’ DAP

Sebenarnya isu berbangkit bukannya mengenai DAP diserang tetapi pertikaian antara dua keluarga yang berpunca daripada DAP.

Sabah, Sarawak not 12th and 13th states

Jeffrey Kitingan says constitutional documents state Sabah and Sarawak are equal partners with the peninsula.

Clarity is the real issue in the peninsula

Putrajaya belabours under the delusion that stripping Borneo of the right to free speech would help sweep the problem under the carpet.

Jeffrey calls for transfer of Batu Sumpah DO

He says the Oath Stone monument should have been opened to the public on Sept 16.

Batu Sumpah Monumen Kebangsaan

Kepentingan Batu Sumpah dalam pembentukan Malaysia pada 16 September 1963 adalah signifikan, sama dengan Tunku Abdul Rahman mengisytiharkan kemerdekaan Malaya pada 31 Ogos 1957.

Jeffrey mulls legal action on Batu Sumpah

The Star Sabah chief is also unhappy the peninsular does not observe Malaysia Day.

Police prevent hundreds from nearing Batu Sumpah

Jeffrey Kitingan says this breaks the third pledge carved on the monument, adding to three the number of pledges broken.

Jeffrey: Malaysia is meaningless partnership

The Malaysia Agreement 1963 has been distorted as Sabah is not treated as an equal partner with the others.

Batu Sumpah belongs to the ‘rakyat’

The government has no right preventing people from visiting Batu Sumpah on Malaysia Day as it does not belong to them, says Jeffrey Kitingan.

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