After I had on 8. 6. 2019 set out the strategies for Parti Bumi Kenyalang on how to gain freedom and independence, I had been asked by many people the possible clampdown by the central government if Parti Bumi Kenyalang insists to pursue independence for Sarawak.
SUPP is a component party of GPS and GPS had many times made it clear that they are only seeking autonomy or autonomous rights of certain matters and not independence from the federatiom of Malaysia. By declaring to seek autonomy, shows GPS will not wish Sarawak to leave Malaysia.
Mr Peter Asut, Vice President of Parti Bumi Kenyalang is a retired Senior Assistant Environmental Health Officer of the Ministry of Health. He holds a Diploma in Environmental Health from the Public Health Institute Kuala Lumpur.