Tag: illegal immigrants
Warisan youth leader Firdaus Diun, however, denies the claim, saying he was merely reminding opposition cybertroopers not to stoke tension on the illegal immigrant issue.
BDF vice-president Jalumin Bayogoh slams individuals who posted provocative and slanderous messages on social media that almost derailed the international congress meant to organise Dayak people in Borneo.
Jeffrey Kitingan claims Sabahans don’t feel safe any more with the rise in crimes involving foreigners.
The home ministry says the plan will involve federal and state agencies, local councils and kampung councils.
The former Sabah chief minister says Warisan is trying to distract the people by blaming the previous administration for the illegal immigration problem.
STAR chief Jeffrey Kitingan says there is no reason for Warisan to take a cheap shot against former chief minister Musa Aman.
If the new government is going to pride itself on integrity and good governance, then we should see some changes soon.
Mohd Pudzi Man says it was difficult to gather intelligence on the smuggling of illegal immigrants.
Former National Security Council director for Perlis tells inquiry into mass graves he had not expected foreigners to enter illegally via that route.
The party says the people should also protest against the state government's plan to place refugees on an island.
STAR president Jeffrey Kitingan says either the state government is unaware of Sabahans' concerns or the they have fallen on deaf ears in Putrajaya.
The Warisan deputy president says those making this allegation may be trying to hide their friends’ wrongdoings.
The Sabah PPBM coordinator defends his remarks after criticism from Deputy Home Minister Azis Jamman.
The home minister says children in Sabah with no identification documents must fulfil the criteria set by the National Registration Department.
Trump's latest tweets ramp up the tension between the neighbours, putting a specific timeframe to his repeated threats to shut the border, one of the busiest in the world.
They overcome guard delivering food to them and climbed over 4m-high fence.
The Sabah opposition leader says the state government’s recent announcement to document Filipinos may have contributed to sudden influx of terror suspects.
The chief minister says stateless people should not be penalised as such just because one of their parents is not Malaysian.
The proposal to aid stateless children through a legalisation programme will worsen the situation for the indigenous people, says Jeffrey Kitingan.
Opposition leaders want the state government to ensure there is no abuse and that everything is above board so that no one can use it to give citizenship to illegal immigrants.
Many jumped out of their windows while some hid in dumpsters.
Cops say the man, who had collected the money from people, had yet to issue any card.
Its youth chief urges authorities to take drastic measures including recalling identification documents issued to foreigners.
PBS president Maximus Ongkili says there have been at least eight suspicious fires at squatter settlements throughout Sabah since June last year.