Category Archives: MoCS News

The real reforms we expected in 100 days

Kua Kia Soong COMMENT | The Pakatan Harapan government had pledged to wipe out kleptocracy, a promise that was key to its victory in the 14th general election. But so far, they have disappointed the people of Malaysia, especially Sarawakians … Continue reading

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‘Paloi’ to all those fighting one another in PKR

By Francis Paul Siah COMMENT | If politics is dreaded by many because it is considered sickening or abhorring, then politicking is much worse. Especially so when comrades within the same party are gunning one another down in order to … Continue reading

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Shame on you, my fellow Sarawakians

By Francis Paul Siah COMMENT | July 22 was barely two weeks ago. It was an auspicious day for Sarawakians. It’s Sarawak Day, or rather, independence day for this former British colony. On this day, for many Sarawakians including me, … Continue reading

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Two cunning ‘foxes’: Mahathir and Anwar

By Francis Paul Siah COMMENT |Let me be clear at the outset. The term “cunning foxes” is not meant in the derogatory manner, but as a salutary description of two of Malaysia’s foremost veteran leaders. Dr Mahathir Mohamad and Anwar … Continue reading

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Would Bersatu or Umno be welcome in Sarawak?

By Francis Paul Siah COMMENT | Bersatu chairperson Dr Mahathir Mohamad recently announced that his party would make its presence felt in Sarawak. He said that since Pakatan Harapan parties like DAP, PKR and Amanah were already in the state, … Continue reading

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I won’t panic every time Dr M comments on Taib and S’wak

By Francis Paul Siah COMMENT | Although I am no longer active in politics, I remain politically conscious by keeping abreast with political developments in and around the country, like many are. I believe I am able to dissect and understand … Continue reading

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Sarawak NGO leader hopeful MACC will reopen file on Taib

By Alyaa Alhadjri A Sarawak NGO leader has expressed his hope that the MACC will reopen its files linked to investigations against former Sarawak chief minister and current governor Abdul Taib Mahmud. When contacted, Movement for Change Sarawak leader Francis … Continue reading

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