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Activist: Would MOE allow a priest or pastor to give talks in schools?

Susan Loone The Education Ministry should be sensitive about who can conduct training or motivational talks in schools, social activist Stanley Sudhagaran said today. “Would the ministry allow a priest or pastor to give motivational talks to non-Muslims students? They should … Continue reading

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Why get worked up over elections all the time?

FRANCIS PAUL SIAH COMMENT | Those of us who are in online chat groups must be familiar with what I’m talking about here. Hardly a day passes without someone bringing up the subject of politics. If we are in several … Continue reading

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MoCS: Stop squabbling, get on with repair of rundown schools

By Churchill Edward KUCHING: It’s time for Petra Jaya and Putrajaya to stop dilly-dallying over the issue of repairs of dilapidated schools because the matter has been dragging on for too long. The call came from Movement of Change Sarawak … Continue reading

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MoCS: Dr M’s secession reply to Lau ‘double edge sword’

KUCHING: Movement of Change Sarawak (MoCS) describes Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s reply to Lanang MP Alice Lau on secession as a double edge sword. Its president Francis Paul Siah (photo) said in a press statement received here yesterday … Continue reading

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Why I am Sarawakian first, Malaysian second

FRANCIS PAUL SIAH COMMENT | I realised that I’ve been fiercely Sarawakian in some of my articles here and I make no apology for it. Some readers have even called me “anti-Malaya”, with one even stating that I should be … Continue reading

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Why I’ve given up on Putrajaya dealing with Taib

FRANCIS PAUL SIAH COMMENT | Over the years, I must have written so many articles about Sarawak Governor Abdul Taib Mahmud that I have actually grown tired of it. I have resigned to the fact that no matter what I … Continue reading

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MoCS has zero tolerance for the greedy and corrupt

TO OUR MoCS FELLOWS and FRIENDS: FROM: Francis Paul Siah, June 28, Kuala Lumpur MoCS stand is clear. We are on the side of Sarawak politicians who are genuine and sincere, and able to stay away from getting easy $$$. … Continue reading

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