Tag: illegal immigrants
PBS information chief Joniston Bangkuai says a true leader should not change his stand so easily.
PBS welcomes the move to stop such registrations, saying no documents should be issued for applications using SDs unless these are properly verified.
State women's chief says only the federal government can issue legal documents for foreigners.
Issuing a temporary Sabah pass to qualified foreigners is a bold move but many fear for the future of the state.
Sabah opposition party SAPP also believes the reported number of 600,000 migrants who are to get the special pass is unrealistic.
Wilfred Bumburing says issuing the special pass will mean immigrants can stay for long periods without proper travel documents.
Joniston Bangkuai (PBS) says issuing new Sabah passes to 600,000 foreigners could put locals at a disadvantage, but Warisan man says PBS had slept through the issue in the past.
Alejandro Giammattei will be under immense pressure from the US to implement a controversial migration pact, or face the threat of sanctions.
These people (squatters) know that this area is out of bounds but they still occupy it illegally, said the prime minister.
State Wanita chief Pamela Yong says continued use of the same flawed system only gives business to criminals.
The former Sabah chief minister also rejects the call by Bersih 2.0 to bring the matter to court, saying it is a waste of time.
Five-month programme to reduce number of illegal immigrants kicks off on Aug 1.
An activist says legal entry is too costly and involves too much red tape.
This time, the RCI must be given powers to act against those responsible for granting citizenship to illegals.
Saying Putrajaya has never taken the illegal immigrant problem in Sabah seriously, the local party urges the federal government to at least now heed the call by PPBM.
The suspect arrested by MACC yesterday was warded at Putrajaya Hospital after complaining of chest pains.
Source cites complaints on judge's decisions in many cases.
MACC chief confirms the arrest, which follows those of a lawyer, deputy public prosecutor and police personnel.
Sabah PPBM chief Hajiji Noor believes the programme will help solve the illegal immigrant problem in Sabah.
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.