1) GPS WILL NOT BE PART OF ‘ TWIST AND TURN’ – NANTA
KUCHING: Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) will not be part of ‘twist and turn’ episode
where other parties have turned back against their own words to come out with a
Its Secretary general Datuk Alexander Nanta Linggi said, GPS made the decision to
throw their support for Dr Mahathir as Prime Minister for the sake of the nation’s
interests and never, GPS been part of Pakatan Harapan (PH) from the very
He added that if situation evolves, GPS will always remain steadfast in its collective
decision and avoid being swept by the chaos to ensure not only Malaysia’s stability
but particularly Sarawak’s in politically and economically.
2) TUN M’S PROPOSAL IS SOMETHING REVOLUTIONARY
KUCHING: Tun Dr Mahathir’s idea has a big point.
It is high time for Malaysians to pause, stop and think of the new idea, something
revolutionary in Malaysia.
This was emphasised by political observer Datuk Peter Minos saying that a unity
government was an idea worth considering, citing that national interest must come
There had been too much politicking in Malaysia in recent years with many power-
seekers excessively using partisan politics that saw national interests and needs
Peter said politicians of all stripes must think of the nation and national interests
before narrow party political goals.
3) SARAWAK REMAINS POPULAR WITH INVESTORS
KUCHING: Despite the political turbulence which caused a drop in the stock market,
decreasing the value of the ringgit and lowering investors’ confidence, Sarawak can
still carry out various projects that the people need.
Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Amar Awang Tengah Ali Hasan said, Sarawak has also
been successful increasing its source of income.
He added, Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari even set up the Development
Bank of Sarawak (DBOS) as one of the measures to broaden the state’s revenue
Before the downfall of the PH government, he said, many projects approved by the
federal government were not implemented and no budget was given to the Sarawak