Category Archives: MoCS (Sarawak)

Why Umno will always be relevant

FRANCIS PAUL SIAH COMMENT | Three major political parties held their assemblies over the weekend – PKR in Malacca, Umno in Kuala Lumpur and Parti Amanah in Shah Alam. Of the three, there is no prize for guessing which one … Continue reading

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'Sodomy III' will be excruciating and unbearable

FRANCIS PAUL SIAH COMMENT | However PKR president Anwar Ibrahim attempts to put his house in order, including his latest “Don’t test my patience” warning to anyone who bothers to listen, his efforts are not paying off. How else can … Continue reading

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Chong to GPS: Explain RM101 million budget for two rural schools

PRESS STATEMENT from Chong Chieng Jen The State Government must give Sarawakians a full explanation on how it comes up with the two ridiculously high budget for the rebuilding and upgrading of the 2 primary schools in Sarawak provided under … Continue reading

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Most politicians prefer to die in glory – in office

FRANCIS PAUL SIAH COMMENT | A few days ago, I received this forwarded message in a chat group – ”Who the hell does he think he is? Why is he still around? Just drop dead!” That must be an abrupt … Continue reading

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Ministers to award projects another U-turn by PH, says Sarawak activist

LARISSA LUMANDAN KUCHING: A political activist here has slammed Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s statement that ministers are allowed to hand out projects within their own jurisdictions, calling it “morally wrong” and against Pakatan Harapan’s (PH) promise of open tenders. Francis Paul … Continue reading

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Keep a hawk’s eye on the lifestyle of your YBs

FRANCIS PAUL SIAH COMMENT | When Dr Mahathir Mohamad introduced the ‘no gift’ policy – with the exception of flowers, fruits and food – throughout the cabinet and the civil service soon after Pakatan Harapan swept into power in May … Continue reading

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PKR should expel Azmin Ali

S THAYAPARAN “There is always the threat of tomorrow’s treachery, or next year’s treachery, or the treachery implicit in all the tomorrows beyond that.” – Tim O’Brien, “In the Lake of the Woods” COMMENT | The issue with Azmin Ali … Continue reading

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