肯雅兰之声是由一群关心砂拉越的未来发展的砂拉越人发起，目的是尽量为砂拉越人民提供即时的有关砂拉越的发展消息，一起从古至今了解砂拉越事实情况并探讨砂拉越未来的路何去何从。 砂拉越和沙巴人民最关心的是建立马来西亚的国际公约，就是马来西亚公约1963 (MA63)。这公约说明了马来西亚是由三邦成立，三邦就是砂拉越，沙巴和马来亚。没有砂拉越和沙巴就没有马来西亚。没有“马来西亚公约1963”也就没有马来西亚。
This website is established by a group of concern Sarawakian with the aim to provide latest news of Sarawak. Learning from the past and charting new path for the future. Sabah and Sarawak people main concern is the restoration of Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63) which had been properly registered at United Nation (UN), and MA63 is the foundation of formation of Malaysia. During formation of Malaysia, Sabah, Sarawak and Malaya are equal partners therefore any ACTS, laws, regulation and policies passed in parliament (with the intention to restrict or nullify full function of Malaysia Agreement 1963) are illegal and therefore are against the very foundation of formation of Malaysia at the disadvantage of Sarawak and Sabah with the intention to remove equal partners status of Sarawak and Sabah making Sabah and Sarawak one of the states in Malaysia.
(Dayak Daily -KUCHING, Jan 23 2021) Parti Bumi Kenyalang (PBK) president Voon Lee Shan calls for all lawmakers to address the loophole in spousal maintenance awarded by the court in divorce settlement cases to ensure for better protection of the women and their children.
(Dayak Daily - By Christopher Lidom - KUCHING, Jan 24 2021) Allocate funds to help the people and small businesses affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, instead of building a wall along the state’s border, opines Parti Bumi Kenyalang (PBK) Southern Zone director of political affairs Raymond Thong.
KUCHING, Jan 14: There should no longer be double or multiple standards in the case of quarantines. This is the view of Sarawak Parti Bumi Kenyalang (PBK) Central Committee Treasurer Tiew Yen Houng when she said this is to avoid the recurrence of another Covid-19 outbreak triggered by exemption of quarantines at hotels.
SIBU: Parti Bumi Kenyalang (PBK) president Voon Lee Shan says there is nothing mentioned in the Federal Constitution to prohibit Sarawak from exiting Malaysia.
（DayakDaily - Kuching，Dec 30）: Parti Bumi Kenyalang (PBK) has served a show cause letter to Wong Ching King, a party potential candidate for Repok. According to its president Voon Lee Shan, Wong has been served with the show cause letter before Christmas where Wong must explain why he should not face disciplinary actions for many of his remarks or statements appeared on his social media page.
KUCHING, Dec 30: Parti Bumi Kenyalang (PBK) has announced today that the party will contest in all the seven urban and semi-urban seats in Kuching for the upcoming 12th Sarawak Election.
The seats are N.11 Batu Lintang, N.9 Padungan, N.10 Pending, N.12 Kota Sentosa, N.13 Batu Kitang, N.14 Batu Kawa and N.17 Stakan. Party president Voon Lee Shan, who is a lawyer by profession and a former Batu Lintang assemblyman, revealed that he will be tackling Batu Lintang.
Jamie Tiew, the president of the Sibu Business Women Association, said that as Sarawak’s silver-hair population has increased, the government should establish more complete mechanisms and policies for the care of the elderly, and introduce more effective protection measures for the elderly regardless of ethnic and religious background.
Parti Bumi kenyalang Publicity Secretary Arthur Wong stated that “Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63) is void and null because during signing of the agreement, federation of Malaya was an independent country while Singapore, Sabah and Sarawak were colonies of British.”
肯雅兰全民党宣传秘书 王育础 先生估计：“砂拉越执政联盟GPS试图通过以与黄色和绿色天然气桶相近的价格引入红色桶天然气，在砂拉越人民中制造选举前的“感觉良好”的情绪。”
Parti Bumi Kenyalang Publicity Secretary Arthur Wong reckoned: “Sarawak ruling alliance GPS is trying to create pre-election “feeling good” mood amongst Sarawak people by introducing red gas cylinder at similar price as yellow and green gas cylinders”.
KUCHING (Dec 3): Parti Bumi Kenyalang (PBK) has decided to contest all urban and semi-urban seats in the coming 12th state election on its own as it could not reach an agreement with other parties, its president Voon Lee Shan said.
(DayakDaily - By Adrian Lim Nov 21, 2020 @ 13:21) KUCHING, Nov 21: Parti Bumi Kenyalang (PBK) has called on the Perikatan Nasional (PN) federal government to make public the final report on the Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63).
SIBU: A Parti Bumi Kenyalang (PBK) executive member questions why Sarawak is still getting less allocation than Sabah under Budget 2021. The party’s secretary-general Priscilla Lau pointed out that the state’s ruling coalition Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) had stressed about this year’s allocation still being inadequate for Sarawak’s development.
Minister of Entrepreneur Development and Cooperatives Dato Sri Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar said "the number of new business entities registered is far more than those closed due to effects of Covid-19 pandemic."
By not letting public especially Sabah and Sarawak people know the contents of final report of the Cabinet Special Committee on Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63) and what's in the pipeline to benefit or not benefiting Sabah and Sarawak people, it is lack of transparency and Sabah and Sarawak people have all the reasons to suspect something no good have been agreed upon against both territories interest.
《MA 63 最终报告》被列机密 不得公开 ？ MA 63 最终报告 竟然被联邦列为机密 了！理由是 涉及敏感课题，被归类为官方机密。联邦政府2020年11月17日在国会里回答提问时重申：不公布内阁特别委员会关于《1963年马来西亚协议执行情况的最终报告》因为报告内容是技术性的，归类於1972年机密法令。
Those who are qualified to be members of Dewan Undangan Negeri (DUN) are governed by Article 16 of the Sarawak Constitution (hereinafter, “the Constitution”). Article 16 of the Constitution states that “Every citizens of or over the age of twenty one years who is resident in the State is qualified to elected as an elected member of the Dewan Undangan Negeri, unless he disqualified for being such a member by the Federal Constitution or this Constitution or by any law such law as is mentioned in Article 17”.
GPS government said the intention to amend Article 16 of the Sarawak Constitution was to protect Sarawak's rights concerning the eligibility of persons to stand elections and be elected as members of the Dewan Undangan Negri (DUN).