Tag: sarawak

Did CM Adenan violate Immigration Act under Legal Advice?

The recent sudden increase in the list of persons banned from entering Sarawak is shocking. The denial of persons entering into Sarawak and including Sabah is not only undemocratic and undermines voters’ right to be informed in the upcoming state elections, but most of all,

PC on significance of leave for judicial review on Sarawak redelineation

MEDIA ADVISORY   WHO: BERSIH 2.0 chairperson Maria Chin Abdullah; National Steering Committee representatives New Sin Yew and Farhana binti Abdul Halim.   WHEN: 5 March (Thu); 11am.   WHERE: BERSIH 2.0 office, 13, Lorong 4/48E, 46050 Petaling Jaya (off the road opposite MBPJ library).   WHAT: Following the Kuching High

EC should stop Sarawak delineation inquiry pending judicial review outcome

MEDIA STATEMENT (21 February 2015) The Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections 2.0 (BERSIH 2.0) calls upon the Election Commission (EC) to immediately stop inquiries on the Sarawak redelineation pending the outcome of a judicial review on the constitutionality of EC’s proposal. EC’s refusal to do so may

Civil Society Joint Statement

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