Tag: Malaysia Agreement
Federal Court ruling in native customary rights case shows the need for judges who have Bornean experience, says Yogeswaran Subramaniam.
This is among seven of 21 issues declared as resolved.
Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar says the proposed changes to Article 1(2) are cosmetic.
Political activist Zainnal Ajamain says Sarawak Deputy Chief Minister James Masing may have misunderstood the word ‘territory’ as used in the Malaysia Agreement 1963.
Kimanis MP says he and other opposition MPs from Sabah and Sarawak will support any proposal in Parliament to return rights to Sabah and Sarawak.
Christopher Mandut asks whether the Institute for Development Studies has any teeth left since last May's regime change .
The deputy minister says the new Malaysia demands Malaysians to think as one nation and not based on regional sentiments.
Parti Warisan Sabah president Shafie Apdal also takes a dig at Sabah opposition leader Jeffrey Kitingan and Parti Harapan Rakyat Sabah president Lajim Ukin, both of whom have crossed over to numerous political parties.
The coalition of four former Barisan Nasional parties are waiting for the official letter from the Registrar of Societies.
Offer will be better than those by Barisan Nasional to Sarawak for 45 years, says Sarawak PH chairman.
After new minister's call to remember East Malaysians in national affairs, politicians in Sabah and Sarawak say that better unity will come through fairer treatment of the two Borneo states.
However, the Sabah opposition leader believes the state government should be given a chance to resolve the Malaysia Agreement issue.
Zainnal Ajamain urges Sabah and Sarawak to seek international arbitration if the Federal Court rules in favour of the oil firm.
State DAP leader says manifesto is more noticeable for what is missing, including issues like 20% oil royalty and fiscal devolution to state.
Sabah opposition party leader reminds Barisan Nasional that Malaysia Agreement consensus was already reached 55 years ago.
I will announce the rights that will be returned to us , says Chief Minister Abang Johari.
Prime Minister Najib Razak is optimistic voters in Sabah will retain current government, saying a lot can be accomplished under Barisan Nasional.
Sabah PH chairperson Christina Liew says the RCI is needed to ensure the rights of Sabah and Sarawak are fully and fairly implemented.
Prime Minister Najib Razak says Malaysian Agreement 1963 is up for discussion, unlike in the past when one could get arrested for speaking up on the matter.
State Special Tasks Minister Teo Chee Kang says aside from getting back 40% of revenue collected in the state, Sabah wants back control of electricity and gas.
Political activist Zainnal Ajamain says Malaysia was formed by the British who acquired the North Borneo territory after World War II as their war booty.
Sabah rights activist Zainnal Ajamain ridicules PH's latest manifesto saying only gullible individuals will fall for the promises made and that PH leaders do not understand the thinking of Sabahans.
Sabah opposition leader Mazliwati Abdul Malek says any negotiation or review of the MA63 requires the presence of representatives from the four signatories, that is, Malaya, Sabah, Sarawak and the United Kingdom, but Malaya does not exist anymore.
Saying it raises the question of whether the Federation of Malaya is masquerading as Malaysia, MA63 activist Zainnal Ajamain insists the Inter-Governmental Committee Report is part and parcel of the formation of Malaysia.