The federal parliament can pass any law that affect the rights of Sabah and Sarawak even though the legislation could be unconstitutional. All legislations passed by Parliament are presumed constitutional until set aside by court or repealed by Parliament. What will happen if litigants have no resources to bring the matter to court to declare the law unconstitutional or the court may just differ in opinion of the aggrieved party?
AMAT luar biasa itulah ayat yang mampu menggambarkan semangat kenyalang yang meresap di sidang mesyuarat Dewan Undangan Negeri Sarawak pada kali ini. Boleh dikatakan hampir setiap hari sidang mesyuarat begitu “panas” dengan perdebatan daripada para ADUN GPS dan juga PH. Selain membawa isu-isu mutakhir di kawasan masing-masing, para ADUN juga setakat ini memberikan pandangan masing-masing tentang apa yang berlaku sekarang.
“It won’t be a celebration, more of a reflection.”
That is how a senior member of Malaysia’s government described the televised speech Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad is expected to deliver on May 9, the first anniversary of the Pakatan Harapan coalition’s stunning election win.
PH government is no longer people friendly government but tax collectors?
It seems to be the case when their eyes only focus on how to squeeze an extra Ringgit out of Malaysian citizen.
Before Rakyat put him in minister post he talked with no fear and with principle. Sadly after becoming minister he would not talk like this anymore. What is happening to him? He is a Sarawakian and yet he no longer dares to champion Sarawak's interest and rights. Disappointed by such drastic change of attitude and behavior. Is he still anak Sarawak?