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GPS leaders should worry about Latheefa going after Sarawak 'big fish'

Righteous Sarawakians waiting for MACC action, DAP's Padungan rep reminds state gov't.

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Taib’s daughter fails again in bid for injunction against Swiss NGO

UPDATED 2.50PM | Swiss Court of Appeal upholds a lower court ruling in throwing out Jamilah’s lawsuit.

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Now minister’s aide, ex-activist hits snag with 2016 S’wak travel ban

Mandeep Singh rues that there is no 'Malaysia Baru' in the state.

by Koh Jun Lin
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Motion to debate on S'wak's constitutional status to be tabled

The state legislative assembly will sit for eight days from tomorrow. 

by Bernama
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Guan Eng begins Sandakan assault by linking PBS with Umno-PAS

SANDAKAN POLLS | He points to Sabah Umno, which did not vote in favour of amending Article 1(2), backing PBS. 

by Lu Wei Hoong
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Iban committee set up to identify urban poor in Kuching

According to Douglas Uggah, it will comprise temenggong, pemanca, penghulu and a number of tuai rumah.

by Bernama
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Perhaps it’s time to opt for a referendum on Sarawak

COMMENT | I think it's time the Sarawak Government held a referendum to ask Sarawakians to decide their own future.

by Francis Paul Siah
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Time to unite the people of this nation

LETTER | 'I am disappointed with East M'sian politicians trying to amend MA63 to enhance their political power.'

by Dr Mohamed Rafick Khan
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London in the swim, what a shame!

COMMENT | The International Paralympic Committee awards London the right to host the re-arranged 2019 world para swimming championships.

by Francis Paul Siah
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Maszlee on official duty overseas during vote on amendments

He is among four Harapan MPs who failed to attend the voting on the status of Sabah, S'wak.

by Bernama
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Liew: Couldn't GPS be like Sabah MPs?

Turns out that most opposition MPs from Sabah backed the constitutional amendment bill.

by Ng Xiang Yi
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Amendment failure a lost opportunity for Sarawak

 LETTER | These parliamentarians are less concerned for the people and more concerned about their political gains. 

by Sarawak Institute for Public Affairs
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Constitutional amendment bill: An accident waiting to happen

COMMENT | Harapan was overconfident that it could obtain the necessary support for the bill.

by Francis Paul Siah
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Yoursay: Opposition must answer to Sabahans and S'wakians for abstention

YOURSAY | 'Now we know who the politicians who only pay lip service towards restoring Sabah and S'wak rights are.'

by Yoursay
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'Slow down or hasten the process?' - 'Confused' PM on Harapan's pledges

PM says this after calls for the constitutional amendment bill to have been referred to a select committee.

by Geraldine Tong
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History will record who rejected constitutional amendment, warns Liew

He adds that it is possible to retable the bill in the future, depending on the 'will' of the minister in charge.

by Ng Xiang Yi
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