Category Archives: MoCS News

Cheating or not, there is always ‘Plan B’ for BN

By Francis Paul Siah COMMENT I So Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak has rebutted allegations that BN would cheat in the 14th general election (GE14). The prime minister told a youth gathering in Sungai Pelek, Selangor on Sunday that “we don’t … Continue reading

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Four years on, still nothing concrete from Najib about MA63

By Francis Paul Siah COMMENT | There are many reasons why Sarawakians miss the late Adenan Satem. One of them is that the former chief minister was the first Sarawakian leader who told Putrajaya in no uncertain terms that the … Continue reading

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Malaysia on fire, no time to wait for perfect solutions

By Hannah Yeoh ADUN SPEAKS | True story. My daughter came home from school looking so tanned. I asked if she had played under the sun. She told me the fire alarm went off – supposedly a fire drill – … Continue reading

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Sarawak must clarify ‘Melanau’ status of Taib’s wife

By Francis Paul Siah COMMENT | I realise that I have been bragging about the good things and positive vibes of my homeland, Sarawak, in my articles in Malaysiakini and other publications. However, when something is not right in Sarawak, … Continue reading

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A word of advice for rebel DAP rep Teh

By Francis Paul Siah COMMENT | At the outset, let me say that I do not know DAP’s Tanjung Bungah assemblyperson Teh Yee Cheu (above) personally and neither have I met him. I do think Teh is an interesting character, … Continue reading

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Mukhriz, next time say you are from Sarawak

By Francis Paul Siah COMMENT | Poor Mukhriz Mahathir. He has been whacked left, right and centre for the “ashamed of calling himself a Malaysian” gaffe. But most of us understood him and what he truly meant when he made … Continue reading

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A lesson for Ummah chief from my history teacher

By Francis Paul Siah COMMENT | I was very glad to read the letter in a newspaper written by my former secondary school teacher, Elizabeth Moggie. Moggie taught me in St Joseph’s in Kuching some 45 years ago. She was … Continue reading

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