PRESS STATEMENT From PARTI BUMI KENYALANG 15 July, 2019
The Sedition Act 1948 (Ordinance No.14 of 1948) enacted some 70 years ago by British Malaya was an import from India to control the masses against terrorism and colonial rule. It is a law that prohibits discourse deemed as seditious. This Act was then revised in 1969 (Act 15 of w.e.f 14 April, 1970). This law became operative in Malaya on 19 July 1948 (Ordinance No: 14 of 1948).
5 Julai 2019
Sebagai tindak balas kepada apa yang dikatakan Perdana Menteri di Parlimen
Apa yang menghasut tidak ditakrifkan dalam Akta Hasutan 1948 dan oleh itu, apa yang menghasut adalah sangat subjektif. Kita perlu dipandu oleh kes-kes yang diputuskan.
Press statement By Parti Bumi Kenyalang 5 July 2019
What is seditious is not defined in the Sedition Act 1948 and therefore, what is seditious is very subjective. We have to be guided by decided cases.
With all humility, as the law now stands of which I stand guided and be corrected, there is no decided case in Malaysia to say that talking or speaking about independence or cessation is seditious or is against the law.
Press Statement 6 July 2019
The question raised by YB Alice Lau Kiong Yieng (DAP-Lanang) concerning what action the government could take against those who called for cessation for Sarawak has annoyed many people of Sarawak against MP Alice Lau and DAP. Sarawakians have a right to voice their disappointments of mistreatments by the federal government against Sarawak.
By Parti Bumi Kenyalang
4 July 2019
There was a secret joint dated 31 July 1962 agreement between the British and malayan governments to set up the federation of Malaysia by providing the transfer of the sovereignty over Singapore, North Borneo and Sarawak by 31 August 1963.