Press statement: 13 April 2011 Free and Fair Elections in Sarawak Jeopardised BERSIH 2.0 would like to express serious concerns regarding several issues that jeopardise free and fair campaigning in the days leading up to the Sarawak state elections on 16 April 2011. 1. Distinction
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March 22, 2011 Let the Sarawakian Diaspora vote by postal ballot We the undersigned civil society groups (CSGs) call upon the Election Commission (EC) to allow Sarawakians in overseas West Malaysia, Sabah, and even in different regions within Sarawak to vote by postal ballots in
Come and join us!! Bersih 2.0 Public Forum with Civil Rights Committee – KL & Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall and Loyar Burok: Sarawak: Land, Adat and Election Date : 18 March 2011 Time : 8.00 p.m. – 10.30 p.m. Venue : Hall Level 2, Selangor
Date : 8 January 2011 Venue : Kuching Agenda : Close door consultation with the key Sarawak NGOs working on the ground on election. Date : 9 January 2011 Venue : Batang Ai Agenda : To meet with those monitoring the previous by-election.
Malaysiakini The Sarawak BN is now in the midst of formulating a manifesto for the coming 10th state election, said Chief Minister Abdul Taib Mahmud. Describing it as “realistic manifesto”, Taib, who is the state BN chairperson, said at the moment he was gathering feedback
Malaysian Digest KUCHING, 13 AUG, 2010: Political parties in Sarawak are prepared to to help but wants the Election Commission (EC) to aggressively address the lukewarm response to the ongoing registration of new voters. Barisan Nasional (BN) leaders met and contacted by Bernama described the
SIBU, July 11 (Bernama) — The RM10 million grant for 60 government-aided primary schools in Sibu and Kapit will be distributed soon, Environment and Public Health Minister Datuk Sri Wong Sook Koh said. He said the fund had now grown by RM60,000 in interest. Speaking
KANOWIT, July 10 (Bernama) — Native Customary Right (NCR) land will remain a favourite issue with the Opposition when trying to win votes from the Dayak community in the coming 10th state elections. State land development minister Datuk Sri Dr James Jemut Masing said opposition
Malaysia Today (Bernama) – Any tribal leader who supports the opposition in the next Sarawak state election will face immediate termination of service as the action is a very serious misconduct, said Sarawak Infrastructure Development and Communication Minister Michael Manyin. “Tribal leaders are the government’s
Malaysiakini Fresh from Sibu a sucessful by-election campaign, two Pakatan Rakyat state representatives find themselves suspended by the Sarawak state legislative assembly for one year with immediate effect. The duo are Chong Chieng Jen (DAP-Kota Sentosa), who is also Kuching parliamentarian, and Dominique Ng (PKR-Padungan).