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Friday, April 29, 2011

Royal Wedding: Prince William marries Kate in glittering ceremony

Kuching
Friday, 29th April 2011


London, April 29 — Britain’s Prince William and Kate Middleton married at Westminster Abbey today in a royal occasion of dazzling pomp and pageantry that has attracted a huge global audience and injected new life into the monarchy.
Before the vows, a veiled Middleton, the first “commoner” to marry a prince in close proximity to the throne in more than 350 years, walked slowly through the 1,900-strong congregation to the swirling strains of Charles Parry’s “I Was Glad”.

As they met at the altar William whispered to her, prompting a smile at the start of the ceremony. The Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams declared the couple married with the words: “I pronounce that they be man and wife together.”

Middleton’s dress, the subject of fevered speculation for months in the fashion press, was a traditional ivory silk and satin outfit with a lace applique and long train.

She wore a tiara loaned by the queen and the diamond and sapphire engagement ring that once belonged to William’s mother Princess Diana, who was divorced from Prince Charles in 1996, a year before her death in a car crash in Paris aged just 36.

Bells pealed loudly and trumpets blared as 1,900 guests earlier poured into the historic abbey, coronation site for the monarchy since William the Conqueror was crowned in 1066.

Queen Elizabeth, other royals, David and Victoria Beckham, the footballer-pop star couple, singer Elton John and Prime Minister David Cameron were among famous guests at the abbey.

They joined 50 heads of state as well as charity workers and war veterans who know the prince from his military training.

Huge crowds

Thousands of people from around the world were outside the abbey, many of them camping overnight for the best view of the future king and queen and fuelling the feel-good factor that has briefly lifted Britain from its economic gloom.

“People watching this at home must think we’re completely mad, but there’s just no comparison,” said 58-year-old Denise Mill from southern England. “Ijust had to be here.”

The crowd entered into the festive spirit on a chilly day by wearing national flags and even fake wedding dresses and tiaras. Hundreds of police officers, some armed, dotted the royal routes in a major security operation.

Tens of thousands more people crammed the flag-lined streets of London to catch a glimpse of marching military bands in black bearskin hats, cavalrymen in shining breastplates and ornate carriages that will carry royal figures from the service.

A large gathering is expected outside the queen’s London residence, Buckingham Palace, to cheer on the married couple as they appear on the balcony for a much-anticipated public kiss.

For some, however, the biggest royal wedding since Diana married Prince Charles in 1981 was an event to avoid, reflecting divided opinion about the monarchy.

“It’s just a wedding,” said 25-year-old Ivan Smith. “Everyone is going mad about it. I couldn’t care less.” — Reuters

For more photos taken during the wedding please visit 1Malaysia-Photogallery

Mupok Aku

Thursday, April 28, 2011

Lee Kuan Yew Infamous Speech Delivered On 27 April 1965

Kuching
Thursday, 28th April 2011

Supposedly If Datuk Stephen Kalong Ningkan was not betrayed by the Iban Leaders at the same time when Lee Kuan Yew made this infamous speech, Sarawak could had followed the foot-step of Singapore, disintegrated itself  from Malaysia. With our vast neutral resources such as oil and timber, by today instead of becoming one of  the poorest state in Malaysia, Sarawak could have been one of the most developed country in South East Asia.
Today I would like to publish Lee Kuan Yew's  infamous speech delivered on 27th April 1965 in the Federal Parliament.

Mr. Speaker, Sir, with the formal opening of this second session of the Parliament of Malaysia we open a new chapter in the drama of Malaysia.
Parliamentary democracy makes the joining of political issues in the open debate often a dramatic and vivid way in which alternative programmes, policies, can be presented to the people, and it is therefore with special significance, after what has happened in the last 10 months, that we listened to the address of His Majesty the Yang di-Pertuan Agong.The issues are being clarified, they are being joined. It was timely for us -- a brief, succinct if somewhat quivocal in parts, and in particular I would like, if I may, to read to the House first the last paragraph of this address:
"We, (said His Majesty), are now facing threats to our security from outside, (and he defined it), i.e. from Indonesia.In addition, we are also facing threats from within the country.(There is no definition of where this threat from within the country is coming from.)But hewent on -- both these threats are designed to create trouble.If thoseconcerned achieve their objective, it will mean chaos for us and endto democracy." And it ends up with an incantation to Almight God to give us strength and determination to face these threats.

Mr. Speaker, Sir, I think no useful purpose is served if we pretend that we do not know what was intended. When I heard this speech I looked around me, Mr. Speaker, Sir, for obviously it must mean some sector of this House.
Honourable Members from PAS?Are they the threats from within?Their leader has been arrested for conspiring with the Indonesians.
I looked at the three members from Singapore, from Barisan Socialist they looked reasonably meek and polite but men of great determination. Could it be they? If it is not these two parties, the Member for Bastu, Dr. Tan Chee Keon?
Noless an authority than the Prime Minister has given him a certificate of clearance; he was a good man, said the Prime Minister, at our last meeting, because he tried to place the crowd and run away from it the moment the crowd got into disorder. Member for Batu:
Mr. Speaker, Sir, may I on a point of clarification say that the Honourable the Prime Ministers for Singapore
is but repeating the lie prepetrated by the Prime Minister of the Central Government.
Interruption from a Government bench:  The bigger the lie the more it will stick, we presume.
Dr, Tan Chee Khoon: Birds of the same feather.
Well, Sir, obviously it could not be the Member for Batu.I concede that straightaway, for in any case he was already stated in this House that he has not got the stomach of which martyrs are made.He said so -- be is a man of peace, and from time to time he makes quite sure that Honourable Ministers on the other side know that he is a man of peace.
So, Mr. Speaker, Sir, we were left with this doubt, that perhaps we loyal Malaysians gathering together now to establishthe Constitution, that Malaysia is a Malaysian nation, perhaps we were the threat from within?I don't know what was intended and I hope the Prime Minister will take full responsibility for the text of this address.There is an advantage in the ceremonial, Mr. Speaker, Sir, of the Prime Minister solemnly mounting the dais to hand the speech to His Majesty the Yang di-Pertuan Agong. I have no doubt whatsoever that in the course of the Prime Minister's speech he will be able to add to the second sentence the same explanatory, i.e., "from within the country", i.e.So be it, let it be said so in this Chamber -- let it not be insinuated, let it not be sowed insidiously in the Malay press to the Malays in the kampongs, in Jawi.
I would like, Mr. Speaker, Sir, to read if I may what this same Malay press, the UTUSAN MELAYU, was saying at the very same time that His Majesty was making the speech, and it is not what UTUSAN MELAYU says that worries me but who UTUSAN MELAYU is quoting from.Said UTUSAN of the 25th of May, headline, "LEE IS AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE OF MALAYSIA.Klang, 24th May, Dato Harun bin Haji Idris, Mentri Besar of Selangor described Lee Kuan Yew as an enemy of the people of Malaysia and
was endangering the peace of the country."In the same issue day before yesterday, this time it's BERITA HARIAN, the Mentri Besar of Perak, Dato Ahmad bin Said, has called upon the Malays and amongst the things he called upon them to take note of is his statement: Lee Kuan Yew is now not only our enemy but he is also the most dangerous threat to the security of this country.
Now, Mr. Speaker, Sir, I think no advantage is served by equivocation. This has been going on and I have get a whole file, it goes back to a campagin mounted immediately after we announced our intention to contest the last elections, it goes back one whole year.This is what the Secretary-General of UMNO said in  UTUSAN MELAYU on very same day, the 25th:The Secretary-General also called on the Malays to be more strongly united to face the present challenge, he stressed that the Malays should realise their identity, quote, "Wherever I am, I am a Malay.If other Malays were split the Malays would perish from this earth."
Now, Sir, I would like if I may to start with the oath which we all took when we came into this Chamber before we had the right to participate in debates, it is laid down that no Member shall have the right to participate as a representative of the people unless he swears this oath, and the oath reads, which I read myself, Mr. Speaker, Sir, in the Malay language; "I..... (full name), having been elected as a Member of the House of Representatives do solemnly swear or affirm that I will faithfully discharge my duties as such to the best of my
We are prepared to take the penalties of being ruled offside, when in fact we are playing strictly in accordance to the rules.We have a vested interest in constitutionalism.We are not afraid that our ideas are unable to overcome the shroud of silence in the newspapers.By all means stifle us, close down the
voluem, take over the station, contrary to the constitutional agreement.And we will keep quite?No, the voice will be heard ultimately and echoed in people's hearts and minds.
Abandon elections in 1969:we have considered that too.Justify Malaysia to the world as the will and self-determination of 11 million Malaysians.
Abandon elections in Sabah -- the Minister for Sabah Affairs from time to time, I think, must have worked on these possibilities -- abandon them? We shall see.
Every act carries a penalty and the penalty of not playing in accordance to the rules so far as Malaysia is concerned -- and it's not Malaya now, this is Malaysia -- is disintegration.And I will be honest with the Minister opposite and his colleagues; either a Malaysian Malaysia or nothing -- we are satisfied. We
cannot agree to anything but a Malaysian Malaysia.We are prepared to play in accordance with the rules too:wait 5years, 10 years, 15 years, but the ideas we represent must come time.
Mr. Speaker, Sir, there is barely a few minutes left and I reaklly want to give others an opportunity to talk after this. I would like to mention to Memkbers on the other side, remember this:an Opposition is not loyal and will not abide by the Constitution only when, like PAS and the Socialist Front they find that they are unable to put their ideas into force in accordance with the democratic process.And Opposition which is
sufficiently it must emerge will always find that it pays to play and talk and argue strictly in accordance with the rules.Never depart, never offside.We will honour the Constitution because we believe it can provide a solution to the problems of a multi-racial society in Malaysia. But we are concerned by the statement that have been made and the many things that have been done, and I would like to add and move by way of an
amendment, Mr. Speaker, Sir, the following words to the motion of thanks to His Majesty the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, and the words are to add to the end thereof, removing the fullstop: "but regrets the Address by His Majesty the Yang di-Pertuan Agong did not reassure the nation that Malaysia will continue to progress in accord with its democratic Constitution towards a Malaysian Malaysia but that on the contrary the address has added to the doubts over the intentions of the present Alliance
Government and to the measures it will adopt when faced with a loss of majority popular support." I would like to make this one observation in moving this amendment. Loyalty to Malaysia is not equal and not the same to loyalty to the Alliance party or the Alliance Government.I am under no constitutional obligation to be loyal to the Alliance party or the Government but I must be loyal to the Constitution of Malaysia and I must obey the dicta of a democraticallay elected government of Malaysia:I accept it.But don't confuse these two things, as I fear His Majesty we somewhat confused by this, that we are facing threats from within the country.Threats, security of the nation, end to democracy, because unions want to strike for better conditions, wages, because we exercise our prerogative in accordance with this Constitution to pose to Malaysia an alternative how Malaysia can become a prosperous happy nation, give honest, effective Government and dynamic ideas to propel it.
It is because we know that time is on our side, Mr. Speaker, Sir, that we will always be loyal, always act in accordance with the rules of the Constitution and with the decisions of the Government which are made and taken constitutionally.
We are prepared to take the penalties of being ruled offside, when in fact we are playing strictly in  accordance to the rules.We have a vested interest in constitutionalism.We are not afraid that our ideas are unable to overcome the shroud of silence in the newspapers.By all means stifle us, close down the
voluem, take over the station, contrary to the constitutional agreement.And we will keep quite?No, the voice will be heard ultimately and echoed in people's hearts and minds.
Abandon elections in 1969:we have considered that too.Justify Malaysia to the world as the will and self-determination of 11 million Malaysians.
Abandon elections in Sabah -- the Minister for Sabah Affairs from time to time, I think, must have worked on these possibilities -- abandon them?We sjall see.
Every act carries a penalty and the penalty of not playing in accordance to the rules so far as Malaysia is concerned -- and it's not Malaya now, this is Malaysia -- is disintegration.And I will be honest with the Minister opposite and his colleagues; either a Malaysian Malaysia or nothing -- we are satisfied.We
cannot agree to anything but a Malaysian Malaysia.We are prepared to play in accordance with the rules too:wait 5years, 10 years, 15 years, but the ideas we represent must come time.
Mr. Speaker, Sir, there is barely a few minutes left and I reaklly want to give others an opportunity to talk after this.
I would like to mention to Members on the other side, remember this:an Opposition is not loyal and will not abide by the Constitution only when, like PAS and the Socialist Front they find that they are unable to put their ideas into force in accordance with the democratic process.And Opposition which is sufficiently it must emerge will always find that it pays to play and talk and argue strictly in accordance with the rules.Never depart, never offside.We will honour the Constitution because we believe it can provide a solution to the
problems of a multi-racial society in Malaysia.
But we are concerned by the statement that have been made and the many things that have been done, and I would like to add and move by way of an amendment, Mr. Speaker, Sir, the following words to the motion of thanks to His Majesty the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, and the words are to add to the end thereof,
removing the fullstop:
"but regrets the Address by His Majesty the Yang di-Pertuan Agong did not reassure the nation that Malaysia will continue to progress in accord with its democratic Constitution towards a Malaysian Malaysia but that on the contrary the address has added to the doubts over the intentions of the present Alliance Government and to the measures it will adopt when faced with a loss of majority popular support."
I would like to make this one observation in moving this amendment. Loyalty to Malaysia is not equal and not the same to loyalty to the Alliance party or the Alliance Government.I am under no constitutional obligation to be loyal to the Alliance party or the Government but I must be loyal to the Constitution of Malaysia and I must obey the dicta of a democraticallay elected government of Malaysia:I accept it.But don't confuse these two things, as I fear His Majesty we somewhat confused by this, that we are facing threats from within the
country.Threats, security of the nation, end to democracy, because unions want to strike for better conditions, wages, because we exercise our prerogative in accordance with this Constitution to pose to Malaysia an alternative how Malaysia can become a prosperous happy nation, give honest, effective Government and dynamic ideas to propel it.
It is because we know that time is on our side, Mr. Speaker, Sir, that we will always be loyal, always act in accordance with the rules of the Constitution and with the decisions of the Government which are made and taken constitutionally.
Mr. Speaker, Sir, I beg to move this amendment

Mupok Aku


Wednesday, April 27, 2011

MACC Says Taib Mahmud Is Under Investigation

Kuching
Wednesday, 27th April 2011

"Taib Mahmud is under Investigation On Corruption and Abused of Power : Datuk Seri Abu Kassim Mohamed "

Who said that investigation on scorpene scandal is closed? said the Chief Commissioner of the MACC, Datuk Seri Abu Kassim Mohamed. "Not at all closed! On top of Scorpene's scandal, we are also investigating Taib Mahmud on corruption and abused of power" added Abu Kassim.

Ipoh, Perak.

It was qouted during one of the function held in Ipoh, Perak last night that  the Chief Commissioner of MACC, Datuk Seri Abu Kassim Mohamed says that MACC is investigating Taib Mahmud the longest serving Chief Minister in Malaysia on corruption and abused of power case.
Abu Kassim said this when responding to Perak's people elected Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohamad Nizar Jamaluddin, who in his speech said that MACC has not investigate the scandal on the  purchase of Scorpene which involved Razak Baginda the close ally of PM Najib.
Unable to control  his temper, Abu Kassim responded to Nizar  :-

Not at all...we did not close (the case). We also investigating the corruption and abused of power case involving Taib Mahmud!

Being the Sarawakian myself, I hope the MACC will walk the talk by investigate and subsequently charge this racist Chief Minister in court. He has been ransacking our resources for the past 30 years. Winning the just concluded state election does not mean majority of Sarawakians want him to stay. For us the longer he stays on power the worst will be the  conditions especially the Ibans.

Taib Mahmud Will be forced to Step Down Using MACC.

Many political analysis believed that Taib Mahmud  will be forced to step down before the coming General Election. If he is not willing to step down voluntarily, almost probably Najib will use the MACC to force him to step down. Chief Commissioner of MACC statement in Ipoh was just a reminder  for  Taib Mahmud to step down voluntarily.
PM Najib wants Taib Mahmud to step down now because of the coming General Election. In the just concluded Sarawak state election, Taib has promised to step down. If BN wants to win back  the support of the rural people and also the Chinese in Sarawak  Taib Mahmud must step down. The just concluded 10th Sarawak State election indicates that majority of Sarawakians especially the Chinese and Dayak  wanted Taib to step down.
But will he step down voluntarily? Based on what happened in the Middle East, there is unlikely that he will step down. For him step down mean is he has to separate from his young and sexy wife and also to spend for the rest of his life in the cell.
For Sarawakian, the only hope that we have now to save our lands and interest from Taib Mahmud is to vote BN out in the coming parliamentary Election!
We would like to warn Taib that he sooner or later will be stripped-off his power just like what had happened to Saddam Hussien, Hosni  Muibarak and the rest of the Middle East leaders!

Mupok Aku



Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Taib Mahmud Pays RM 1000 Per Door in Balingian Reveals Clare Rewcastle Brown

Kuching
Wednesday, 20th April 2011

If one look at the sentiments on the ground before Sarawak's 10th State Election, one will not believed it that Taib managed to retain Balingian with big majority.
EC promised to look at money politic during the election was just a rethoric as the commission failed to take action against those that practiced money politic. This was proven with Taib Mahmud practiced money politic undetected as revealed by Clare Rewcastle Brown.
Please see the report by Clare Rewcastle Brown which was first published in Free Malaysia Today.





Sarawak has changed and all Sarawakians know it. Chief Minister Taib Mahmud also knows it as he sits in his headquarters at Demak Jaya aware that all around him the people of the capital, his home town of Bintulu, Sibu, Miri and across the country have mobilised against him and want him out.

So strong and so obvious was the unity and determination of those population centres that Taib did not dare cheat too heavily and obviously in the urban areas (apart from some outrageous exceptions, like Senadin) the opposition swept to victory, more than doubling their seats and wiping out BN as a force in the cities.

But Taib cheated blatantly and Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak colluded in this.

So what forms of rigging were used?

Taib used his sister-in-law Gertie Chong to bring the money. Gertie is Taib’s favourite brother Arip Mahmud’s second wife.

Her name pops up as a major shareholder in a good number of Taib’s crony companies.

She is a major shareholder of Jaya Tiasa, a plantation-based company which Taib gave Arip who then sold it to tycoon Tiong Hiew King of Rimbunan Hijau for a fat profit.

Gertie is also a fellow director and shareholder with Taib in Mesti Bersatu, and a shareholder in the Royal Mulu resort and Miri Properties, which owns the Marriott in Miri among other ventures.

She also is a shareholder in Lanco Plantations, along with Taib.

Funds from crony

Gertie has been associated with so many of the Taib family business ventures that have taken advantage of their political stranglehold on the state that it is no surprise that she was brought in to help with the emergency operation of keeping them in power at whatever cost.

Gertie was the one who was charged with bringing the bags of money over from Sibu to bribe and bully the impoverished voters.

This is how small and desperate the circle of Taib’s supporters has become.

She handed it out to the Taib’s Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB) workers who then went round the houses distributing RM1,000 per door to people.

Last election (2006) it was only RM50! More than anything the wild inflation of Taib’s bribes tells you the level of his deep unpopularity.

And where did this money come from?

It came from Shin Yang, a crony timber and plantation company which has relied on Taib for the fat concessions that have turned its owner Ling Chiong Ho from being a barge handler in Sibu, working for Taib’s brother Onn Mahmud’s Achipelago shipping monopoly just a few years ago, into a multi-millionaire.

So, of course Shin Yang had to cough up.

As far as Taib was concerned he was calling in favours – the sort of favours that gangsters call in.

Reduced majority

Just look at the evidence on Shin Yang’s palm concessions alone, all handed to them via private deals with Taib Mahmud’s Resources and Planning Ministry.

In just one case alone, Shin Yang is the major shareholder of Sarawak Oil Palms Bhd, which used to be a government venture.

Taib, in a typical move, privatised it into a public company in 1990 and Shin Yang was allowed to buy over 37% of the company.

Since then Sarawak Oil Palms says it has expanded its land-bank to 65,000 hectares, with 35,000 planted with oil palm in Sarawak.

Gerald Rentap Jabu, son of Deputy Chief Minister Alfred Jabu (who also bought his way into scraping back his Layar seat) is also on the Board of Sarawak Oil Palms.

Until recently, Taib’s brother and proxy, Onn Mahmud, held shares in the company through his own nominee, Shea Kin Kwok, identified as a key player in the Japanese timber kick-back scandal.

Yet despite this Taib’s majority in Balingian was slashed from some 6,000 to around 2,000 on the day, so sickened have his people been by his greed and land grabbing



Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Kit Siang Proposes DAP and SNAP Merger

Kuching
Tuesday, 19th April 2011

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After directly involved in the campaign for SNAP I now realised that SNAP is lack of infrastructure and Coordination. In order to wrest Sarawak from BN, SNAP must partner itself with the strong and established party like DAP. PKR with it internal problem has failed to unite the Ibans. DAP compare to PKR is more stable thus will be able to guide and unite the Iban. I strongly supported Lim Kit Siang proposal for SNAP and DAP merger.
DAP parliamentary leader and MP for Ipoh Timor Lim Kit Siang today proposed that DAP and the Sarawak National Party (SNAP) merge in time for the next general election in order to better serve the Iban-Dayak community.

He said that such a merger would accelerate the Iban-Dayak political awakening following the recently concluded Sarawak general election.

“Sarawak DAP cannot rest on its laurels having won 12 seats in the Sarawak state election, but must prepare immediately for the next general election which is not far off.

“From now till the next general election, DAP leaders, members and supporters must work with Pakatan Rakyat partners to reach out to all Sarawakians including Ibans-Dayaks and Malay-Melanaus,” he said in a statement today.

He added that in the next general election, Pakatan parties must avoid multi-cornered contests which can only benefit the Barisan Nasional (BN).

“For this reason, I would even suggest that DAP and SNAP should seriously consider a merger of the two political parties to accelerate Iban-Dayak political awakening,” he said.

In the run-up to the Sarawak polls, DAP’s Pakatan ally PKR and SNAP failed to solve seat arrangements, resulting in the two parties contesting in 24 seats together with BN.

SNAP which contested in 27 seats lost all, with all but one of its candidates losing their deposit. PKR contested in 49 seats and won only two. The party blamed SNAP for being the spoiler.

DAP emerged as the biggest winner from Pakatan by winning 12 of the 15 seats it contested, all of which were in the urban and Chinese-majority areas.

Inroads in rurals seats too

Lim also brushed aside talks that DAP was only interested in the interest of urban Chinese.

“Thanks to enemy propaganda in the controlled mass media in the past decades, DAP is projected and perceived by some as a Chinese party.

“This is a perception that the DAP must eliminate so that all Malaysians can accept and support us as a political movement committed to the betterment of the welfare of all Malaysians, regardless of race, religion or region,” he said.

He also pointed out that Pakatan also won rural (Ba’Kelalan and Krian) and semi-rural (Batu Kawah, Dudong and Piasau) seats in Sarawak.

These victories, he said, smashed the myth that the opposition received support only in urban areas.

He quoted political scientist Bridget Welsh’s analysis that Pakatan’s gains in semi-rural seats were more than in the other areas: 19.7% compared with 14.8% in the rural areas and 13.4% in the urban communities.

He added that the Bidayuh seats were most impressive – for although Pakatan failed to win a single one of the Bidayuh seats, there was a 17.9% swing in the Bidayuh votes in favour of the opposition.

Lim said that there were encouraging statistics and inspiring pointers for Pakatan in the next general election in Sarawak.

Mupok Aku

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Do Not Trust The EC Because They Work For BN

Kuching
Sunday, 17th April 2011


Other than Using Monies and Promises, The Election Commission (EC) also being Used By Najib and Taib to win the election

On 15th Aprl 2011 I went back to my long house in Sg Tenggang to Cast my vote but was later found out that my vote went to Snowdan Lawan??

On the fourth day after the nomination day, I followed my friend Robert Dan to campaign for him to all the longhouses along Empaling-Tuba road. Due to the job commitment, I only followed him to Kampong Sapak, Ipoh, Muding, Tuba and Keranggas.
During the campaign, we tried our best to influence the "hard core" BN supporters to vote for my friend who stood under SNAP ticket. We were quite happy as majority of the people from the longhouses in the area expressed their support to my friend. Some of the reasons why  they desliked  Snowdan Lawan because of his very ill-bred  attitude, and the BN party that he stand for had not brought any development to their longhouses.
We were all very happy , and confident that BN candidate will be defeated this time.

On 16 April 2011 at about 4.30PM we were told that Snowdan Lawan had won the election and my friend had lost his deposit. On top of that I was informed that no one from my longhouse had voted for him. But during the vote count which was done in the polling station in Kpg Empaling, Robert Dan had secured 12 votes. If that the case where were the votes of 11 people and my vote went to ? Where were the 12 votes that were counted earlier in Kampongh Empaling?

Checking further, I was informed that the SNAP operation Room located in Abok did not nominate any polling agent for Kampong Empaling. Thus I believed the SPR had manipulated the ballot box  by changing the box while on the way from Empaling longhouse to the vote Counting Centre located at Pantu.

I informed my friend about this and asked his opinion whether to make a police report. As of when this article is written, there is no decision yet from him.
To all the SNAP supporters, eventhough we defeated this time but we should not stop fighting. We should follow the footsteps of DAP members so that we can free Sarawak from corrupted BN in the coming state or parliamentary election.

Mupok Aku

The Result Of 10th Sarawak State Election 2011

Kuching
Sunday, 17th Apr 2011



A friend of mine told that my effort in helping my friend campaigning in N25-Balai Ringin has been wasting of time as SNAP failed to secure any seat..but I told him, this is the beginning of SNAP resurrection as we will be back in year 2016.

Please see the full result of 10 Sarawak State Election
N01: OPAR: SARAWAK: 8,099

1. Stephen ak Sagir (SNAP).....................674
2. Joseph Jindy ak Peter Rosen (Bebas).........475
3. Boniface Willy ak Tumek (PKR).............1,354
4. RANUM AK MINA (BN-SUPP)...................3,360

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast...................5,931
Peratus/Percentage...........................73.47%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.........................68
Majoriti/Majority............................2,006

Penyandang: Ranum ak Mina (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi: 3,585
Majoriti: 2,183

N02: TASIK BIRU: SARAWAK: 15,100

1. DATUK PETER NANSIAN AK NGUSIE (BN-SPDP)........5,829
2. Frankie Jurem ak Nyombui (SNAP)..................825
3. John Tenewi Nuek (PKR).........................3,757

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................10,531
Peratus/Percentage................................69.91%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................120
Majoriti/Majority.................................2,072

Penyandang: Peter Nansian ak Ngusie (BN-SPDP)
Undi diperolehi: 6,393
Majoriti: 3,203
N03: TANJONG DATU: SARAWAK: 7,936

1. TAN SRI ADENAN SATEM (BN-PBB).................4,218
2. Gilbert Asson ak Kulong (Bebas).................215
3. Nani Sahari (PAS).................................1,002


Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................5,497
Peratus/Percentage...............................69.52%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................62
Majoriti/Majority................................3,216

Penyandang: Tan Sri Adenan Satem (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 4,545
Majoriti: 4,136

N04: PANTAI DAMAI: SARAWAK: 14,104

1. Suhaini Selamat (Bebas).........................111
2. DR ABDUL RAHMAN JUNAIDI (BN-PBB)..............7,425
3. Wan Zainal Abidin Wan Senusi (PKR)............2,354

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................9,995
Peratus/Percentage...............................71.17%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes............................105
Majoriti/Majority................................5,071

Penyandang: Dr Abdul Rahman Junaidi (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 5,217
Majoriti: 2,164

N05: DEMAK LAUT: SARAWAK: 10,437
1. DR HAZLAND ABANG HIPNI (BN-PBB).........5,522
2. Ali Hossen bin Abang (PKR)....................1,770

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast....................7,390
Peratus/Percentage...............................70.93%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................98
Majoriti/Majority................................3,752

Penyandang: Dr Abang Draup Zamahari Abang Haji Zen (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 5,094
Majoriti: 3,605

N06: TUPONG: SARAWAK: 17,796

1. DATUK DAUD ABDUL RAHMAN (BN-PBB).........8,304
2. Baharuddin @ Din Shah Mokhsen (PKR)........3,753

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.....................12,192
Peratus/Percentage................................68.51%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes...........................135
Majoriti/Majority.................................4,551

Penyandang: Datuk Daud Abdul Rahman (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 6,885
Majoriti: 4,572

N07: SAMARIANG: SARAWAK: 15,942

1. SHARIFAH HASIDAH SAYEED AMAN GHAZALI (BN-PBB)......8,008
2. Zulrusdi Mohamad Hol (PKR).........................2,577

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast...........................10,729
Peratus/Percentage....................................67.55%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.................................144
Majoriti/Majority.....................................5,431

Penyandang: Sharifah Hasidah Sayeed Aman Ghazali (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 5,365
Majoriti: 2,488

N08: SATOK: SARAWAK: 10,431

1. DATUK AMAR ABANG JOHARI TUN ABANG OPENG (BN-PBB)...4,691
2. Ahmad Nazib Johari (PKR)...........................1,891

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast............................6,661
Peratus/Percentage....................................64.39%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes..................................79
Majoriti/Majority.....................................2,800

Penyandang/Incumbent: Datuk Amar Abang Johari Tun Abang Openg (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 4,222
Majoriti/Majority: 2,798

Penyandang: Datuk Amar Abang Johari Tun Abang Openg (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 4,222
Majoriti: 2,798

N09: PADUNGAN: SARAWAK: 23,576

1. Dominique Ng Kim Ho (Bebas)......................439
2. WONG KING WEI (DAP)...........................11,957
3. Sim Kiang Chiok (BN-SUPP)......................4,073

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................16,538
Peratus/Percentage................................70.23%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes..............................69
Majoriti/Majority.................................7,884

Penyandang: Dominique Ng Kim Ho (PKR)
Undi diperolehi: 8,002
Majoriti: 1,417

N010: PENDING: SARAWAK: 29,488

1. Prof Dr Sim Kui Hian (BN-SUPP).................6,780
2. VIOLET YONG (DAP).............................14,375

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................21,274
Peratus/Percentage................................72.27%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................119
Majoriti/Majority.................................7,595

Penyandang: Violet Yong (DAP)
Undi diperolehi: 11,632
Majoriti: 4,372

N011: BATU LINTANG: SARAWAK: 27,833

1. Sih Hua Tong (BN-SUPP).....................4,854
2. SEE CHEE HOW (PKR)......................13,235
3. Soo Lina (Bebas)..............................290

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast................18,440
Peratus/Percentage...........................66.38%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.......................61
Majoriti/Majority.............................8,381

Penyandang: Voon Lee Shan (DAP)
Undi diperolehi: 8,806
Majoriti: 3,407

N012: KOTA SENTOSA: SARAWAK: 27,301


1. CHONG CHIENG JEN (DAP)......................12,594
2. Datuk Alfred Yap Chin Loi (BN-SUPP)...........7,770

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast....................20,559
Peratus/Percentage................................75.41%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................195
Majoriti/Majority.................................4,824

Penyandang: Chong Chieng Jen (DAP)
Undi diperolehi: 6,579
Majoriti: 531

N013: BATU KAWAH: SARAWAK: 20,664

1. CHRISTINA CHEW WANG SEE (DAP)..................7,439
2. Tan Joo Phoi (BN-SUPP).........................6,896

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................14,519
Peratus/Percentage................................70.68%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................184
Majoriti/Majority...................................543


Penyandang: Tan Joo Phoi (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi: 6,755
Majoriti: 4,180

N014: ASAJAYA: SARAWAK: 13,799

1. ABD KARIM RAHMAN HAMZAH (BN-PBB)...............7,597
2. Arip Ameran (PKR)..............................3,108

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................10,853
Peratus/Percentage................................78.85%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................148
Majoriti/Majority.................................4,489

Penyandang: Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 6,949
Majoriti: 5,063

N015: MUARA TUANG: SARAWAK: 18,820

. DATUK SERI MOHAMAD ALI MAHMUD (BN-PBB)..11,039
2. Noraini Hamzah (PAS)...........................3,196

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.....................14,534
Peratus/Percentage.............................77.42%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.........................299
Majoriti/Majority...............................7,843

Penyandang/Incumbent: Datuk Seri Haji Mohammad Ali Mahmud (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehil: 7,863
Majoriti: 6,327

N016: BENGOH: SARAWAK: 21,955

1. Willie ak Mongin (PKR)
2. Wejok ak Tomik (Bebas)
3. Richard @ Peter ak Margaret (SNAP)
4. Dr Jerip ak Susil (BN-SUPP)

Penyandang: Dr Jerip ak Susil (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi: 7,540
Majoriti: 3,988

N017: TARAT: SARAWAK: 16,352
1. Ateng ak Jeros (SNAP)............................567
2. ROLAND SAGEH WEE INN (BN-PBB)............6,287
3. Peter Ato ak Mayau (PKR).......................4,292

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast..................11,355
Peratus/Percentage.............................69.61%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.........................209
Majoriti/Majority................................1,995

Penyandang: Roland Sageh (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 5,854
Majoriti: 3,256

N018: TEBEDU: SARAWAK: 12,497

1. Kipli bin Ale (Bebas)...........................260
2. DATUK SERI MICHAEL MANYIN AK JAWONG (BN-PBB)..6,196
3. Christopher ak Kiyui (PKR)................2,130
4. Anthony ak Nais (SNAP)...................468

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast................9,203
Peratus/Percentage..........................73.77%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes......................149
Majoriti/Majority.............................4,066

Penyandang: Datuk Michael Manyin ak Jawong (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 6,107
Majoriti: 4,256

N019: KEDUP: SARAWAK: 17,466

1. Lainus ak Andrew Luwak (PKR)...................4,211
2. MACLAINE BEN @ MARTIN BEN (BN-PBB).............6,476
3. Amin ak Banti (Bebas)............................397
4. Belayong ak Jayang (SNAP)........................666

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................11,915
Peratus/Percentage................................69.44%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................165
Majoriti/Majority.................................2,265

Penyandang: Frederick Bayoi ak Manggie (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 5,635
Majoriti: 1,981

N020: SADONG JAYA: SARAWAK: 7,656

1. AIDEL LARIWOO (BN-PBB)........................4,008
2. Mahayudin Wahab (Bebas).........................402
3. Abang Eddy Allyanny Abang Fauzi (PAS).........1,074

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................5,573
Peratus/Percentage...............................73.00%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................89
Majoriti/Majority................................2,934

Penyandang: Datuk Wan Abdul Wahab Wan Sanusi (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 2,715
Majoriti: 858

N021: SIMUNJAN: SARAWAK: 10,104

1. MOHD NARODEN MAJAIS (BN-PBB)..................5,465
2. Mashor Hussen (PKR)...........................1,417
3. Zaini bin Le' (Bebas)...........................179
4. Mac Palima ak Nyambil (PCM).....................237

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................7,383
Peratus/Percentage...............................73.29%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................85
Majoriti/Majority................................4,048

Penyandang: Mohd Naroden Majais (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 4,786
Majoriti: 3,350

N022: SEBUYAU: SARAWAK: 8,042

1. Ali bin Semsu (Bebas)..........................67

2. Adam Ahid (PAS)...............................1,769
3. JULAIHI NARAWI (BN-PBB).......................4,045

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................5,968
Peratus/Percentage...............................74.35%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................87
Majoriti/Majority................................2,276

Penyandang: Julaihi Narawi (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 3,748
Majoriti: 2,448

N023: LINGGA: SARAWAK: 7,745

1. SIMOI PERI (BN-PBB)...........................3,652
2. Abang Ahmad Arabi Abang Bolhassan (PKR).......1,146
3. Abang Othman Abang Gom (SNAP)...................359

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................5,240
Peratus/Percentage...............................67.66%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................83
Majoriti/Majority................................2,506

Penyandang: Simoi Peri (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 3,245
Majoriti: 1,870

N024: BETING MARO: SARAWAK: 7,868


1. RAZAILI GAPOR (BN-PBB)........................3,069
2. Abang Ahmad Kerdee Abang Masagus (PAS)........2,678

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................5,808
Peratus/Percentage...............................73.82%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................61
Majoriti/Majority..................................391

Penyandang: Bolhassan Di @ Ahmad Di (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 2,796
Majoriti: 895

N025: BALAI RINGIN: SARAWAK: 8,798

1. Ibi ak Uding (PKR)............................1,260
2. SNOWDAN LAWAN (BN-PRS)........................4,145
3. Dan ak Giang (SNAP).............................765
4. Lipeh ak Mawi (PCM).............................126
5. Cobbold ak Lusoi (Bebas).........................85
6. Sujal ak Gansi (Bebas)...........................32

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................6,523
Peratus/Percentage...............................74.38%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes............................110
Majoriti/Majority................................2,885

Penyandang: Snowdan ak Donald Lawan (BN-PRS)
Undi diperolehi: 3,075
Majoriti: 1,516

N026: BUKIT BEGUNAN: SARAWAK: 7,778

1. MONG AK DAGANG (BN-PRS)..................3,671
2. Lias ak Julai (Bebas)...........................188
3. Jimmy Lim @ Jimmy Donald (PKR)............898
4. Ivanhoe Anthony ak Belon (SNAP)...............638

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.....................5,451
Peratus/Percentage...............................70.35%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................56
Majoriti/Majority................................2,773

Penyandang: Mong ak Dagang (BN-PRS)
Undi diperolehi: 3,083
Majoriti: 1,007

N027: SIMANGGANG: SARAWAK: 10,488


1. Leon Jimat Donald (DAP).......................2,311
2. DATUK FRANCIS HARDEN AK HOLLIS (BN-SUPP)......4,758

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................7,136
Peratus/Percentage...............................68.37%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................67
Majoriti/Majority................................2,447

Penyandang: Datuk Francis Harden ak Hollis (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi: 5,144
Majoriti: 4,258

N028: ENGKELILI: SARAWAK: 9,444

1. DR JOHNICHAL RAYONG AK NGIPA (BN-SUPP)...4,928
2. Jimmy Simon Maja (Bebas)......................414
3. Semijie ak Janting (SNAP).......................393
4. Marudi @ Barudi ak Mawang (PKR)............1,121

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast....................6,926
Peratus/Percentage..............................73.34%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes...........................70
Majoriti/Majority...............................3,807

Penyandang: Dr Johnical Rayong ak Ngipa (SNAP)
Undi diperolehi: 3,442
Majoriti: 426

N029: BATANG AI: SARAWAK: 8,728

1. Nicholas Bawin ak Anggat (PKR)................1,719
2. MALCOM MUSSEN AK LAMOH (BN-PRS)........4,460

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast....................6,262
Peratus/Percentage..............................71.96%

Undi rosak/Spoilt votes..........................83
Majoriti/Majority................................2,741

Penyandang: Malcom Mussen ak Lamoh (BN-PRS)
Undi diperolehi: 3,907
Majoriti: 1,854

N030: SARIBAS: SARAWAK: 8,054

1. RICKY @ MOHAMMAD RAZI SITAM (BN-PBB)....3,865
2. Abang Zulkifli Abang Engkeh (PKR).............2,137

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast......................6,078
Peratus/Percentage...............................75.83%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................76
Majoriti/Majority................................1,728

Penyandang: Dr Wahbi Junaidi (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 2,441
Majoriti: 94

N031: LAYAR: SARAWAK: 8,109

1. Joe ak Unggang (SNAP)...........................183
2. Stanny Embat Dharoh ak Laja (PKR).............1,787
3. Ngumbang @ Kibak ak Datu (Bebas)................170
4. TAN SRI DR ALFRED JABU AK NUMPANG (BN-PBB)....3,703

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................5,934
Peratus/Percentage...............................73.71%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................91
Majoriti/Majority................................1,916

Penyandang: Tan Sri Dr Alfred Jabu ak Numpang (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 3,767
Majoriti: 2,677

N032: BUKIT SABAN: SARAWAK: 7,657

1. Dayrell Walter Entrie (SNAP)....................641
2. Jerah ak Engkiong @ Edward Jerah (PKR)...1,125
3. ROBERT LAWSON CHUAT (BN-PBB)...........3,899

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast....................5,743
Peratus/Percentage..............................75.24%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................78
Majoriti/Majority................................2,774

Penyandang: Robert Lawson Chuat (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 3,258
Majoriti: 1,878

N033: KALAKA: SARAWAK: 14,167

1. Ismail bin Hussain (Bebas)...................1,665
2. ABDUL WAHAB AZIZ (BN-PBB)..............6,835
3. Mohd Yahya Abdullah (PKR)...............1,511

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.................10,131
Peratus/Percentage............................72.01%

Undi rosak/Spoilt votes........................120
Majoriti/Majority...............................5,170

Penyandang: Abdul Wahab Aziz (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 7,396
Majoriti: 5,929

034: KRIAN: SARAWAK: 11,016

1. Liman ak Sujang (SNAP)..........................216
2. Datuk Peter Nyarok ak Entrie (BN-SPDP)........3,088
3. Banyi ak Beriak (Bebas).........................125
4. ALI AK BIJU (PKR).............................5,178

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................8,674
Peratus/Percentage...............................78.87%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................67
Majoriti/Majority................................2,090

Penyandang: Datuk Peter Nyarok ak Entrie (BN-SPDP)
Undi diperolehi: 4,784
Majoriti: 2,089

N035: BELAWAI: SARAWAK: 8,623

1. Abdul Wahab Abdullah (PKR)......................618
2. Kiprawi bin Suhaili (Bebas).....................133
3. DATUK TALIF @ LEN SALLEH (BN-PBB)........5,164

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................6,006
Peratus/Percentage...............................70.15%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................91
Majoriti/Majority................................4,546

Penyandang: Hamden Ahmad (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 4,102
Majoriti: 3,316

N036: SEMOP: SARAWAK: 8,891

1. ABDULLAH SAIDOL (BN-PBB)..................4,814
2. Ong Chung Siew (PKR).......................564
3. Ajiji Fauzan (Bebas)..........................419

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast..................5,911
Peratus/Percentage............................66.55%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes........................114
Majoriti/Majority...............................4,250

Penyandang: Datuk Mohamad Asfia Awang Nasar (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 4,479
Majoriti: 3,226

N037: DARO: SARAWAK: 7,305

1. MURNI SUHAILI (BN-PBB)........................3,867
2. Jamaludin Ibrahim (PKR).........................475
3. Muhamad Zamhari Berawi (Bebas)..................670
4. Noh @ Muhamad Noh Bakri @ Bakeri (Bebas)........129

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................5,246
Peratus/Percentage...............................72.07%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes............................105
Majoriti/Majority................................3,197

Penyandang: Murni Suhaili (BN-PBB)
(Menang Tidak Bertanding)

N038: JEMORENG: SARAWAK: 8,635

1. Asbor Abdullah (Bebas)...........................77
2. Abdul Hafiz Noh (Bebas).......................1,579
3. GANI @ ABU SEMAN JAHWIE (BN-PBB)..............4,505

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................6,281
Peratus/Percentage...............................72.90%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes............................120
Majoriti/Majority................................2,926

Penyandang: Abu Seman Jahwie (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 3,567
Majoriti: 1,710

N039: REPOK: SARAWAK: 18,481

1. DR WONG HUA SEH (DAP)..........................7,900
2. Datuk David Teng Lung Chi (BN-SUPP)............5,221

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................13,364
Peratus/Percentage................................72.44%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................243
Majoriti/Majority.................................2,679

Penyandang/Incumbent: Datuk David Teng Lung Chi (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 5,502
Majoriti/Majority: 576

Penyandang: Datuk David Teng Lung Chi (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi: 5,502
Majoriti: 576

040: MERADONG: SARAWAK: 15,337

1. Ling Kie King (BN-SUPP)........................4,197
2. TING TZE FUI (DAP).............................6,884

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................11,188
Peratus/Percentage................................73.06%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................107
Majoriti/Majority.................................2,687

Penyandang: Ting Tze Fui (DAP)
Undi diperolehi: 5,990
Majoriti: 3,578

N041: PAKAN : SARAWAK: 9,274

1. DATUK SERI WILLIAM MAWAN (BN-SPDP)............3,938
2. Jamal Bin Abdullah @ Tedong ak Gunda (SNAP)...2,741

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................6,762
Peratus/Percentage...............................73.16%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................83
Majoriti/Majority................................1,197

Penyandang: Datuk Seri William Mawan (BN-SPDP)
Undi diperolehi: 4,138
Majoriti: 1,763

N042: MELUAN: SARAWAK: 11,487

1. John Brian Anthony ak Jeremy Guang (PKR)....2,973
2. WONG AK JUDAT (BN-SPDP)...................4,615
3. Labang ak Jamba (SNAP).........................312

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast...................8,019
Peratus/Percentage.............................70.00%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes....................... 119
Majoriti/Majority................................1,642

Penyandang: Wong ak Judat (BN-SPDP)
Undi diperolehi: 5,086
Majoriti: 3,007

N043: NGEMAH: SARAWAK: 8,058

1. ALEXANDER VINCENT (BN-PRS)...............2,361
2. Yakup Khalid (Bebas).......................278
3. Adeh ak Denong (PCM)...................1,366
4. Michael ak Lias (SNAP)......................577
5. Aris ak Alap (PKR)...........................650

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast...............5,324
Peratus/Percentage..........................66.13%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.........................92
Majoriti/Majority...............................995

Penyandang: Gabriel Adit ak Demong (IND)
Undi diperolehi: 2,582
Majoriti: 549

N044: MACHAN: SARAWAK: 9,944

1. Augustine ak Liom @ August Kiom (SNAP)..........338
2. Kong Tat Kim (PCM)..............................696
3. DATUK GRAMONG JUNA (BN-PBB)...................3,683
4. George Chen Nguk Fa (PKR).....................2,054

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................6,880
Peratus/Percentage...............................69.34%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes............................109
Majoriti/Majority................................1,629

Penyandang: Datuk Gramong Juna (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 4,045
Majoriti: 2,289
N045: BUKIT ASSEK: SARAWAK: 26,926

1. Hii Tiong Huat (Bebas).......................180
2. Chieng Huong Toon (BN-SUPP).........4,700
3. WONG HO LENG (DAP)................13,527

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast............18,504
Peratus/Percentage.......................68.77%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes....................97
Majoriti/Majority...........................8,827

Penyandang: Wong Ho Leng (DAP)
Undi diperolehi: 10,380
Majoriti: 4,751

N046: DUDONG: SARAWAK: 26,251

1. Yap Hoi Liong (DAP)
2. Datuk Tiong Thai King (BN-SUPP)
3. Apandi Abdul Rani (Bebas)

Penyandang: Dr Soon Choon Teck (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi: 7,359
Majoriti: 408

N047: BAWANG ASSAN: SARAWAK: 16,743

1. Alice Lau Kiong Yieng (DAP)...................5,508
2. DATUK SERI WONG SOON KOH (BN-SUPP)............7,316

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................12,930
Peratus/Percentage................................77.26%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................106
Majoriti/Majority.................................1,808

Penyandang: Datuk Seri Wong Soon Koh (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi: 6,804
Majoriti: 2,504

N048: PELAWAN: SARAWAK: 28,808

1. Vincent Goh Chung Siong (BN-SUPP)..............6,927
2. DAVID WONG KEE WOAN (DAP).....................13,318

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................20,336
Peratus/Percentage................................70.74%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes..............................91
Majoriti/Majority.................................6,391

Penyandang: Vincent Goh Chung Siong (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi: 7,375
Majoriti: 263

N049: NANGKA: SARAWAK: 14,197

1. DR ANNUAR RAPAEE (BN-PBB)..................7,710
2. Norisham Mohamed Ali (PKR)................2,408

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast...................10,270
Peratus/Percentage..............................72.34%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.........................152
Majoriti/Majority.................................5,302

Penyandang: Awang Bemee Awang Ali Basah (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 6,202
Majoriti: 4,815

N050: DALAT: SARAWAK: 11,857

1. DATIN FATIMAH ABDULLAH @ TING SAI MING (BN-PBB)...6,288
2. Sylvester Ajah Subah @ Ajah Subah (PKR)...........1,298
3. Salleh Mahali (Bebas)...............................257

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast...........................8,038
Peratus/Percentage...................................68.05%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes................................195
Majoriti/Majority....................................4,990

Penyandang: Fatimah Abdullah @ Ting Sai Ming (BN-PBB)
(Menang Tidak Bertanding)

N051: BALINGIAN: SARAWAK: 11,792

1. Suriati Abdullah (PKR)..........................871
2. TAN SRI ABDUL TAIB MAHMUD (BN-PBB)...6,210
3. Datuk Salleh Jafaruddin (Bebas)..........1,056

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast...............8,253
Peratus/Percentage..........................70.22%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.....................116
Majoriti/Majority...........................5,154

Penyandang: Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 6,393
Majoriti: 5,726


N052: TAMIN: SARAWAK: 12,244

1. JOSEPH MAUH AK IKEH (BN-PRS)...................4,998
2. Mengga ak Mikui (PKR)..........................3,706

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast........................8,885
Peratus/Percentage................................72.65%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................181
Majoriti/Majority.................................1,292

Penyandang: Joseph Mauh ak Ikeh (BN-PRS)
Undi diperolehi: 4,639
Majoriti: 2,377

N053: KAKUS: SARAWAK: 9,604

1. Dick @ Laurance Dick Sekalai (PCM)..............186
2. Paul Anyie Raja (PKR).........................2,764
3. JOHN SIKIE AK TAYAI (BN-PRS)..................3,366
4. Entali ak Empin (Bebas).........................141

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................6,562
Peratus/Percentage...............................68.45%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes............................105
Majoriti/Majority..................................602

Penyandang: John Sikei ak Tayai (BN-PRS)
Undi diperolehi: 3,739
Majoriti: 2,852

N054: PELAGUS: SARAWAK: 15,322

1. Stanley Nyitar @ Unja ak Malang (BN-PRS)......2,903
2. GEORGE AK LAGONG (BEBAS)......................5,740
3. Edward Sumbang ak Asun (PKR)..................1,171

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................9,986
Peratus/Percentage...............................65.36%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes............................172
Majoriti/Majority................................2,837

Penyandang: Larry Sng Wei Shien (BN-PRS)
Undi diperolehi: 5,965
Majoriti: 3,239

N055: KATIBAS: SARAWAK: 8,542

1. DATUK AMBROSE BLIKAU AK ENTURAN (BN-PBB)......3,326
2. Toh Heng San (SNAP).............................897
3. Munan ak Laja (PKR)...........................1,070

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................5,378
Peratus/Percentage...............................63.18%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................85
Majoriti/Majority................................2,256

Penyandang: Datuk Ambrose Blikau ak Enturan (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 3,887
Majoriti: 3,332

N056: BALEH: SARAWAK: 11,287

1. DATUK SERI DR JAMES MASING (BN-PRS)..........5,242
2. Bendindang ak Manjah (PKR)...................1,344

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................6,684
Peratus/Percentage.............................. 59.22%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes..............................0
Majoriti/Majority................................3,898

Penyandang: Datuk Seri Dr James Masing (BN-PRS)
Undi diperolehi: 5,330
Majoriti: 4,802

N057: BELAGA: SARAWAK: 8,463

1. John Bampa @ Tusau (SNAP).......................368
2. Matthew ak Munan (Bebas).........................27
3. Basah Kesing @ Ali Basah Kesing (PKR).........1,046
4. Michael Jok (Bebas)..............................94
5. Kenneth Adan Silek (Bebas)......................330
6.LIWAN LAGANG (BN-PRS)..........................3,974

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................5,913
Peratus/Percentage...............................69.87%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................74
Majoriti/Majority................................2,928

Penyandang/Incumbent: Liwan Lagang (BN-PRS)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 1,855
Majoriti/Majority: 227

N058: JEPAK: SARAWAK: 12,979

1. Ramli Malaka (SNAP).............................433
2. Abdul Jalil Bujang (PKR)......................2,342
3. DATUK TALIB ZULPILIP (BN-PBB).............5,470
4. Abdul Kuddus Ramlee (Bebas)...................477
5. Awang Abdillah Awang Nasar (Bebas)...........89

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast....................8,944
Peratus/Percentage...............................69.36%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes............................133
Majoriti/Majority................................3,128

Penyandang: Datuk Talip Zulpilip (BN-PRS)
Undi diperolehi: 4,997
Majoriti: 3,179

N059: KIDURONG: SARAWAK: 27,225

1. CHIEW CHIU SING (DAP).........................12,493
2. Henry Ling Koung Meng (BN-SUPP)................5,563

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................18,200
Peratus/Percentage................................67.30%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................144
Majoriti/Majority.................................6,930

Penyandang: Chiew Chiu Sing (DAP)
Undi diperolehi: 8,517
Majoriti: 1,664

N060: KEMENA: SARAWAK: 14,082

1. Liam Rengga (Bebas)..............................197
2. Bernard Binar Bayang ak Rading (PKR)...........3,020
3. DR STEPHEN RUNDI AK UTOM (BN-PBB)..............6,369
4. Ungun ak Bayan (SNAP)............................285

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................10,033
Peratus/Percentage................................71.29%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................162
Majoriti/Majority.................................3,349

Penyandang/Incumbent: Dr Stephen Rundi ak Utom (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 4,750
Majoriti/Majority: 1,572

N061: BEKENU: SARAWAK: 10,672

1. ROSEY YUNUS (BN-SPDP).........................4,946
2. Dyg Juliana Awg Tambi (PCM).....................284
3. Thony ak Badak (SNAP)...........................570
4. Ishak Mahwi (PKR).............................1,232

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................7,135
Peratus/Percentage...............................66.86%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes............................103
Majoriti/Majority................................3,714

Penyandang: Rosey Yunus (BN-SPDP)
Undi diperolehi: 4,357
Majoriti: 3,072

N062: LAMBIR: SARAWAK: 14,144

1. RIPIN LAMAT (BN-PBB)..........................4,625
2. Johari Bujang (SNAP)............................693
3. Zolhaidah Suboh (PKR).........................3,104

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................8,565
Peratus/Percentage...............................60.72%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes............................143
Majoriti/Majority................................1,521

Penyandang: Aidan Wing (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 4,331
Majoriti: 2,834

N063: PIASAU: SARAWAK: 16,600

1. LING SIE KIONG (DAP).....................5,998
2. Tan Sri Dr George Chan (BN-SUPP).....4,408

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.............10,479
Peratus/Percentage........................63.13%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes....................73
Majoriti/Majority........................1,590

Penyandang: Tan Sri Dr George Chan (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi: 6,573
Majoriti: 3,918

064: PUJUT: SARAWAK: 22,577
1. Andy Chia Chu Fatt (BN-SUPP).............5,271
2. FONG PAU TECK (DAP)....................9,120

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast...............14,458
Peratus/Percentage..........................64.17%

Penyandang: Andy Chia Chu Fatt (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi: 6,493
Majoriti: 1,370

N065: SENADIN: SARAWAK: 22,432

1. Michael Teo Yu Keng (PKR)......................7,276
2. DATUK LEE KIM SHIN (BN-SUPP).................7,334

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.....................14,796
Peratus/Percentage................................66.05%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................186
Majoriti/Majority....................................58

Penyandang: Datuk Lee Kim Shin (BN-SUPP)
Undi diperolehi: 7,173
Majoriti: 4,799


N066: MARUDI: SARAWAK: 13,093

1. SYLVESTER ENTRIE AK MURAN (BN-SPDP)...........4,578
2. Michael Ding Tuah (Bebas).......................122
3. Gerang ak Dagom (PKR).........................1,376
4. Edwin Dundang ak Bugak (SNAP)...................281

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................6,443
Peratus/Percentage...............................49.21%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................86
Majoriti/Majority................................3,202

Penyandang: Sylvester Entrie ak Muran (BN-SPDP)
Undi diperolehi: 4,954
Majoriti: 4,284

N067: TELANG USAN: SARAWAK: 13,623

1. Harrison Ngau Laing (PKR).....................2,752
2. Kebing Wan (SNAP)...............................705
3. Jok Ding (Bebas)................................623
4. DENNIS NGAU (BN-PBB)..........................3,597

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................7,763
Peratus/Percentage...............................57.15%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................86
Majoriti/Majority..................................845

Penyandang: Lihan Jok (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 4,593
Majoriti: 2,771

N068: BUKIT KOTA: SARAWAK: 14,471

1. Leong Kwang Yew (DAP).........................1,774
2. Usop Jidin (Bebas)..............................398
3. DR ABDUL RAHMAN ISMAIL (BN-PBB)...............6,835
4. Ladis Pandin (Bebas)............................353

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................9,425
Peratus/Percentage...............................65.44%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................65
Majoriti/Majority................................5,061

Penyandang/Incumbent: Dr Abdul Rahman Ismail (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 5,501
Majoriti/Majority: 3,229

N069: BATU DANAU: SARAWAK: 7,636

1. Dr Lau Liak Koi (PKR).........................1,348
2. Lawrence Cosmas Sunang ak Simpang (SNAP)........140
3. PALU @ PAULUS AK GUMBANG (BN-SPDP)............3,667

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................5,227
Peratus/Percentage...............................68.45%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................72
Majoriti/Majority................................2,319

Penyandang/Incumbent: Palu @ Paulus ak Gumbang (BN-SPDP)
Undi diperolehi/Votes polled: 2,961
Majoriti/Majority: 1,262

N070: BA'KELALAN: SARAWAK: 6,958

1. BARU BIAN (PKR)...............................2,505
2. Willie Liau (BN-SPDP).........................2,032

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................4,574
Peratus/Percentage...............................65.90%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................37
Majoriti/Majority..................................473
Penyandang: Balang Rining (BN-SPDP)
Undi diperolehi: 2,064
Majoriti: 475

N071: BUKIT SARI: SARAWAK: 9,983

1. DATUK AMAR AWANG TENGAH ALI HASSAN (BN-PBB)...6,018
2. Japar Suyut (PKR)...............................955

Jumlah mengundi/Votes Cast.......................7,067
Peratus/Percentage...............................70.79%
Undi rosak/Spoilt votes.............................94
Majoriti/Majority................................5,063

Penyandang: Datuk Awang Tengah Ali Hassan (BN-PBB)
Undi diperolehi: 5,596
Majoriti: 5,275




Friday, April 15, 2011

Najib Chased Out Of The Longhouse and Raja Petra Desprade Moves

Kuching
Friday, 15th Apr 2011



PM Najib must now realised that not all longhouse folks are stupid and can be manipulated. Semenanjung Politicians who used public fund for campaign should leave Sarawak.

The report that We had just recieved from the ground says that Najib and his entourage was chased out of Bukit Saban Longhouse, outside Kuching.
Another report also says that in a Longhouse the villagers wrestled with two of Najib's bodyguards when one of them took out a pistol to frighten the aggressive and hostile crowd.

Some reporters took pictures of the incident.

Another report that we recieved from the same source was about the postal votes. based on the report about 60 % of the Army and Police votes went to the Oppositions.

Based on these reports, we can conclude that the BN rules in Sarawak is about to end. With the demise of BN rule in Sarawak, Taib Mahmud may soon follow the footsteps of Hosni Mubarak being charge in court for corruptions and abuse of power.

Mupok Aku

Bukit Tunggal.Com Is back to Normal

Kuching
Friday, 15th April 2011

Welcome back to http://www.bukittunggal.com/


After almost one week of migrated to Remaung6Renjer, Bukittunggal is now back to its original URL.
Thank you to an online friend who prefer to be known as Mr Jay for the assistance given to restore this weblog back to normal.
To Mr Jay....millions of thanks for your help. To the reader of Bukittunggal, its nice to meet you all again!

Mupok Aku

Thursday, April 14, 2011

10th Sarawak Election:SUPP Will Be Buried Alive

Kuching
Thursday, 14th Apr 2011



Tsunami 2008 in Peninsular Malaysia was a result of Tsunami Catastrophe in Acheh. Judging from the devastating caused by Tsunami in Japan, Tsunami 2011 in Sarawak will be the biggest...

Just cameback from attending PR rally in BDC. Tonight rally has attracted more than 10, 000 spectetors, and this if converted to vote, I am predicting that SUPP is going to lose miserably. According to the rally program, Datuk Seri Anwar is among the speakers or VVIP that is going to speak. Tonight I only managed to listen until Tony Pua. After listen to about 1/3  of the speech by female speaker after struggle to understand Mandarin, I left BDC, the venua for tonight rally at about 9.00PM.
Most of the speakers tonight touch on Taib Mahmud corrupt practices, and about BN politicians who fail to serve their people but only interested to fill their own pockets.
On top of that the other factors why the younger generation of Chinese communities dont vote for SUPP because they are getting feedup with how Taib runs the state for the past 30 years , and they  also  lost trust to SUPP leaders who failed to protect their interest from Taib Mahmud
Please see some of the photos taken here..









SUPP Mengamuk Lihat Iklan 'Saya sayang Pek Mo'

Kuching
Thursday, 14th Apr 2011

Ah..Patutlah Pengundi Cina mati-mati  tidak akan menconteng SUPP....


Malam tadi semasa mengahadiri ceramah DAP di MJC yang dihadiri oleh lebih 10000 orang, saya ada mendengar Menteri Besar Pulau Pinang menyebut "Pek Mo" yang boleh diterjemahkan sebagai "Tok Uban". Mula-mula saya tidak faham maksud Pek Mo tetapi setelah diberitahu oleh seorang kawan barulah saya faham..Patutlah apabila YAB Lim Guan Eng menyebut Pek Mo ramai hadirin yang beretepuk tangan dan ketawa.....

Papan iklan "Saya sayang Pek Mo" yang didirikan oleh DAP pagi ini dikatakan menghantui dan memberangkan presiden SUPP dan calon Piasau, Tan Sri Dr George Chan dan dua calon parti itu.

Menurut ketua DAP Johor, Boo Cheng Hau pada sidang akhbar di hadapan papan iklan itu seorang peguam SUPP - David Siaw - telah menghantar sms yang bernada keras kepada pengarah pilihan raya DAP.

Dalam satu daripada sms yang ditunjukkan kepada Malaysiakini, peguam SUPP itu mahu DAP menanggalkan papan iklan itu ataupun menghadapi tindakan undang-undang.

"Sila turunkan papan iklan yang menunjukkan gambar calon kami bersama Ketua Menteri. Awak tidak ada hak menggunakan gambar mereka. Harap ambil perhatian, kami akan menyaman fitnah.”

Dalam satu lagi mesej, pengirimnya memberi amaran parti komponen BN akan bertindakbalas jika papan iklan itu tidak diturunkan.

"Awak mungkin akan saksikan calon DAP berkata perkara-perkara yang memihak BN.”

DAP, bagaimanapun enggan menurunkan papan iklan tersebut dan mendakwa mereka tidak memfitnah sesiapa.

"Kecuali awak kata tidak sayang Pek Moh, maka tiada unsur fitnah," kata Lim Sie Keong, calon DAP yang akan menentang Chan di Piasau.

Mupok Aku


Dr Jeniri : Penganalisis Politik Ke Atau Hanya Anjing BN?

Kuching
Wednesday, 13 Apr 2011
Penganalisis Politik Ke Atau Sebagai Anjing BN?


Dahulu semasa sebelum popular,  ulasan Jeniri mempunyai kualiti yang tinggi serta sangat adil  untuk didengar. Dia boleh mengupas isu politik Sarawak dengan terperinci, tetapi malam ini di dalam rancangan Soal Jawab yang dikeluarkan melalui TV3 dia lebih berperanan sebagai Anjing BN daripada seorang  penganalisis politik!

Melalui peranan yang dimainkan beliau malam tadi, nampaknya rakyat Sarawak telah ditipu oleh Jeniri. Biasanya apabila membuat ulasan beliau kelihatan macam orang yang bijaksana. Tetapi malam ini di dalam rancangan Soal Jawab yang dikeluarkan melalui TV3 beliau kelihatan menjadi alat kempen BN. Pada saya beliau ni tidak layak untuk digelar sebagai penganalisis politik tetapi lebih sesuai dipanggil Anjing BN.

Mana tidaknya, semasa ditemubual oleh pemberita TV3, beliau tidak nampak macam seorang pensyarah. Ini melalui pemerhatian saya cara beliau bertindak apabila ditanyakan  soalan. Ini kerana apabila ditanya soalan, tanpa berfikir dan tidak seperti lagak seperti seorang pensyarah terus menjawab dengan semborono.
Sebagai contoh, apabila ditanya berkenaan dengan manifiesto Pakatan Rakyat beliau terus mempersendakan 10 perkara di dalam manifiesto tersebut malahan mengatakan bahawa apa yang ada di dalam manifiesto tersebut telah dibuat oleh BN...Betul ke Jeniri? Kalau betul mengapa pula rakyat Sarawak merupakan orang termiskin di Malaysia.
Begitu juga beliau ada mengulas tentang kemajuan di Selangor, Pulau Pinang dan Kedah...Jeniri ni tahukah apa yang dia cakap?
Saya tidak mahu mengulas lebih lanjut tentang Diktator Jeniri ni, mulai sekarang dia tidak layak sebagai Penganalisis politik tapi lebih sesuai sebagai ANJING BN yang mempunyai motif tersendiri...mungkin nak naik pangkat kot!

Mupok Aku



Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Malaysian NGOs Demand Taib to Be Prosecuted

Kuching
Wednesday, 13 Apr 2011



Under Taib Sarawakians become among the poorest in Malaysia! But this bloody old sick-man still can afford a new and young wife!

Malaysian non-governmental organisations have banded together to demand that Sarawak’s longest serving Chief Minister Taib Mahmud resigns ahead of state polls due for balloting on Saturday.

They also want the government to set up a Royal Commission of Inquiry to investigate his and his family's fabulous wealth amid allegations that he is one of the world's richest men while Sarawak remains one of Malaysia's poorest states.

“We call upon Taib Mahmud to resign as chief minister in light of the latest exposés of his family’s world-wide assets and the RCI should try to recoup all this ill-gotten wealth from Taib and his family,” the Coalition of Malaysian NGOs (COMANGO) said in a statement released on Wednesday.

“From the widely publicised wealth and world-wide interests of Sarawak Chief Minister Taib Mahmud’s family on the Internet, the Coalition of Malaysian NGOs calls on the government to urgently set up a Royal Commission of Inquiry to investigate Taib’s disproportionate wealth that does not befit a civil servant’s while Sarawakians are among the poorest in the country,” it said, pointing out that his family has companies in Canada, Britain, Australia, Hong Kong, and the US, in addition to the ones within the country.

Comango is made up of 42 NGOs including Suara Rakyat Malaysia (SUARAM), Aliran Kesedaran Negara (ALIRAN), All Women’s Action Society (AWAM), Amnesty International Malaysia (AI Malaysia), Bersih 2.0, Centre for Orang Asli Concerns (COAC), Centre for Independent Journalism (CIJ), Lawyers for Liberty (LFL), and Saya Anak Bangsa Malaysia (SABM).

It pointed out that the poverty rate in Sarawak was one of the highest in the country.

“Taib’s unseemly wealth while so many indigenous peoples are living in abject conditions or have been unceremoniously displaced from their ancestral homes warrants a thorough investigation into how Taib’s wealth has been accumulated during his 30-year as Chief Minister of Sarawak," Comango said.

“This is unacceptable when the state is so rich in natural resources. Sarawak gets only five per cent of oil royalties; the rest goes to the federal government, while most of the profits from timber go to the state government. As a result, the Taib Mahmud state government has been flagrantly promoting logging all these years."

Apart from his wealth, Taib wields enormous influence in Sarawak and is able to defy even Prime Minister Najib Razak, who had told Sarawakians that Taib had agreed to step down soon. “Believe me, at the right timing, this will be done,” said Najib on Sunday.

Yet on Monday, Taib told a rally he would only relinquish his seat in "a few years'" time.

“It is clear that even the prime minister knows that Taib is the liability to the BN in this state election and that is why he is at pains to stress that Taib will go. Meanwhile, Taib is still standing in the elections and appears to want to be around for the next five years at least,” said Comango.

Comango also slammed the Taib administration for banning them from entering the state for “anti-logging activities”.

“This gross violation of the basic human right to freedom of movement and abuse of Sarawak’s immigration rules show that Taib and his state government are afraid of more exposés of their exploitation of the state’s resources and its peoples," the group said.

“The logging industry has destroyed the lives of hundreds of thousands of people in Sarawak, especially the indigenous peoples. To add insult to injury, the recent exposé of the rape of Penan girls and women by personnel in the logging camps has created indignation among concerned peoples all over the world."

Comango also called the controversial Bakun Dam “disruptive, dubious and disastrous”.

“The displacement of more than 10,000 indigenous peoples comprising 15 different ethnic communities for the Bakun Dam in 1998 was traumatic in itself. Their resettlement to Sg Asap has meant continuing trauma and deterioration of once capable and spirited peoples.

“The whole Bakun area, the size of Singapore island, has also been thoroughly logged, transforming the once beautiful Rajang into the biggest muddiest river in this part of the world, destroying the hunting and fishing grounds of the indigenous peoples. The recent 240km logjam on the Rajang can be said to be one of the worst environmental disasters in Malaysia in recent years,” it said.

It was only the contractors and vested interests that have profited from this project, while Malaysian taxpayers were stuck with an economic and environmental white elephant, said the coalition of NGOs.

“It is time for Sarawakians to reclaim their rights and interests intended by the 18-point agreement when Sarawak joined the “Malaysian Federation of Malaya, Sarawak and Sabah”. This is what the federation should have been called — Sarawak and Sabah should not merely be two of the 13 states of Malaysia," the statement read.

“We call for the renegotiation of oil royalty rights (more than 30 per cent) and a higher proportion of development allocation (more than 10 per cent) for Sarawak. The lives of rural peoples should be improved by building proper tarred roads and better river transport to help the people market their produce; micro hydroelectric power facilities or solar powered facilities to supply electricity to each longhouse upstream; more and better schools and clinics to lift the living standards of the local people."

Mupok Aku


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