Monthly Archives: September 2019

Make no mistake, it was ‘two years’

FRANCIS PAUL SIAH COMMENT | It’s good to hear from Syed Husin Ali again. The PKR stalwart has been relatively quiet in the political arena since he completed his term as senator some years ago. This is a man who … Continue reading

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The Hadi-Abang Jo meet: Much ado about nothing

FRANCIS PAUL SIAH COMMENT | PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang is fond of the ‘bear hug’ greeting. Not only does he hug, he also indulges in a face-to-face ‘air-kiss’ on both cheeks. I don’t think it is right for others … Continue reading

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Sabah, Sarawak promised ‘heaven’ but given ‘hell’

FRANCIS PAUL SIAH COMMENT | Sabah opposition leader Jeffrey Kitingan was at the Kota Kinabalu airport to welcome Dr Mahathir Mohamad on Sept 17. Jeffrey’s presence raised eyebrows but he said that he was there as he was hoping the … Continue reading

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Without PM’s post, Anwar can still fight for MA63, says Sarawak activist

LARISSA LUMANDAN KUCHING: Sarawakians are still sceptical of PKR president Anwar Ibrahim’s pledge to resolve matters pertaining to the Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63), says an activist. Francis Paul Siah of the Movement of Change Sarawak said this was because there … Continue reading

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Hadi, Azmin, don’t bring your ‘dirt’ to Sarawak

FRANCIS PAUL SIAH COMMENT | I am one Sarawakian who has been critical of the abuse of our immigration autonomy. I maintain my vehement opposition against any Sarawak chief minister who denies entry to bona-fide opposition leaders and social activists … Continue reading

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Divisive politics in KL, religious harmony in Kuching

FRANCIS PAUL SIAH COMMENT | Saturday, Sept 14, is a day I will probably remember for a long time to come. Two significant events took place, one in Kuala Lumpur, the other in Kuching. At the Putra World Trade Centre … Continue reading

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Blaming BN for unfulfilled promises intolerable — MoCS

KUCHING: The Movement for Change Sarawak (MoCS) has slammed Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng for continuing to blame Barisan Nasional’s (BN) legacy for Pakatan Harapan’s (PH) many unfulfilled promises to Sarawak. Chairman Francis Paul Siah said Sarawakians had heard such … Continue reading

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