The follows CM Adenan Satem's decision against filing a motion on the issue after an assurance from PM to discuss the Malaysia Agreement 1963.
A Borneo rights advocate slams Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Azalina Othman Said over 'wrong interpretation' on status of Sabah, Sarawak.
Sabahans want fair treatment based on Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63), and hope Putrajaya will 'walk the talk', says head of KK Chinese Chamber of Commerce.
The Motion will push for the status of Sabah and Sarawak to be restored as equal partners of Malaya in the Federation.
However, the PBDSB deputy head concedes that from the "Malayan viewpoint", the 1976 amendment to the Constitution strengthened Malaya's grip on the Borneo states.
Parti Cinta Malaysia veep Huan Cheng Guan allages DAP Secretary-General Lim Guan Eng's speech in Sarawak suggested state exit from Malaysia.
The Sarawak government's continued support for Putrajaya hinges on the Federal government accepting the motion.
SUPP admits leaders agreed to amendment to Article 1 of the Federal Constitution which reduced Sarawak from founding partner to being one of 13 states.
Professor Dr Ramlah Adam is reminded the Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63) is a sensitive matter in Sabah and Sarawak.
They say amendment to the Federal Constitution in 1976 was unfair to Sarawak.
Activist slams Universiti Malaysia Perlis lecturer's comments at Kuching seminar, asking Sarawakians to leave the country if they are not happy with Putrajaya.
Abdul Aziz Bari says Sarawak missed the boat by not having challenged the Constitutional Amendment declaring it a state, back in 1976.
Chief Minister Adenan Satem says Sarawak should rely on itself to help its rural poor although Federal aid is still needed.
The longtime Borneo rights advocate calls for the Inter-Governmental Committee (IGC) to deliberate on the Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63).
PKR vice-president says enough time has been wasted on committees set up to look into issues affecting both states and calls for them to be discussed in Parliament.
Acting PBS President Maximus Ongkili says Sabah must defend existing rights and take back what has been eroded
Secretary-general of opposition alliance chides PBS leader for stooping to name-calling in response to Gabungan Rakyat SakSaMa's 'emergence' in Sabah.
Sarawak Gov't, nevertheless, must make public the two Malaysia Agreement-related memorandums handed to the Malaysian government on Monday.
It's being argued in the social media that the Malaysia Agreement (MA63) may not be a Trust Deed at the same time, contrary to the stand taken by activists in Borneo.