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.
Last week, automotive portal Drive Safe and Fast (DSF) published an article detailing how the new government of Malaysia approved 36 new approved permit (AP) holders.
When reached for comment, deputy International Trade and Industry minister Dr Ong Kian Ming said he needed time to verify the claim.
Today, it was confirmed that the claim was true - the ministry has just granted the “gravy train” to 38 new bumiputra companies.
Menurut Perdana Menteri, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, mereka penjawat awam bukan sahaja menerima gaji yang terlampau tinggi malah ‘khidmat’ mereka sebenarnya tidak diperlukan.Ini yang menyebabkan kos meningkat. Semua ini akan kita hapuskan, (gaji) mereka bukan sahaja tinggi malah sebenarnya khidmat mereka tidak diperlukan. Kononnya mereka akan memperbaiki keadaan ekonomi negara.
Mahathir is unlikely to grant full autonomy to Sabah and Sarawak, says an analyst citing the latter’s previous policies of having a strong federal government.Arnold Puyok, of Universiti Malaysia Sarawak, says the prime minister believes in a stronger federal government for national integration. “He believes in a strong federal identity. “When it comes to nation building, Mahathir believes that centralisation is vital to keep the territories together and the government strong,” Puyok told FMT. “As such, how much of autonomy is he willing to give away to Sabah and Sarawak?”
KUCHING: Sarawak’s de facto law minister is grateful for the federal cabinet’s decision to table a proposal to restore Sabah and Sarawak’s status as equal partners, but not without strong reservations.
Ten years jail term is too harsh by whatever standard especially when compared to abolishment of death sentence. If death sentence won't deter growth of crime 10 years jail term will do good for a young man? It will waste his time in jail and might harden his stand against the establishment.
Sarawak territory and it's autonomy
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The calls is timely in view of certain diehard fans of political affiliation continued to attack anyone casting doubts or holding different opinions.
Su Guanshan said that ： if the federal government cannot fully implement the 1963 Malaysian Agreement (MA63), the state government can choose to take legal action against the federal government. However, he also said that the prosecution of the federal government can only be a "final means", that is, the state government has taken all feasible measures, but the federal government is still unable to fulfill the 1963 Malaysian contract. He said that according to his detailed reading of the 1963 Malaysian Compact, Article 8 of the document states that Sabah and Sarawak can take all feasible actions to ensure the Inter-Governmental Committee between the 1963 Malaysian .......
Voon Lee Shan
Like boxing, before coming into the boxing ring, rules must be set and the rules must be clear. The calling by the federal government to the negotiation table to trash matters in the Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63 Treaty) which now led to the proposed amendment of Article 1(2) of the Federal Constitution was a trap set by the federal government. The trap was to get Sabah and Sarawak to come to the negotiating table to agree that Article 1(2) should be amended to give equal status to Sabah and Sarawak equal to Malaya. In the proposed amendment, it will be mentioned that Sabah and Sarawak shall be territories of the Federation of Malaysia.
Voon Lee Shan:
*Are not Sabah and Sarawak colonies of the Federation of Malaya? Now the federal government has suggested to amend Article 1(2) Federal Constitution to give back the status of Sabah and Sarawak to their original positions but this would not be able to solve the problems faced by Sabah and Sarawak. It is proposed that Sabah and Sarawak as *wilayah* within the Federation. This is bad because *wilayah means territory* not Nations. Do take note, the Federation of Malaysia is not a country but a federation formed originally by four countries and this status should be maintained.
Are we stupid or are you – our leaders – that after over half a century you have still not got it right? The Malays in Singapore are by and large better off than us yet they do not have Bumiputraism. Why not learn from them? The wealth gap intra the Malay community is much wider than that of the other communities. We have super rich Malays while most of us struggle to make ends meet. Are these rich Malays so much cleverer or more hard working than us? Or is it because they have used their positions and connections to enrich themselves at our expense?
In the federal constitution, proper funds should be allocated to Sabah and Sarawak for development but the federal government had not done so in the past since the Federation of Malaysia came into existence. Therefore the spirit of equality and equal partnership between Sabah, Sarawak and the Federation of Malaya is an illusionary vision only. In 2017 it was said Sarawak contributed a revenue of RM110 billion in revenue, but, in the first ever budget by the PH government, Sarawak only got only RM4 billion back. There is much dissatisfaction these days days against Federation of Malaya as a partner that the people of Sabah and Sarawak are calling to exit from the Federation of Malaysia.
Is it all good news??
It all depends on what's to be amended and how it is amended. Before we see the content of the proposed amendment it is too early to celebrate the return of Sabah and Sarawak full rights.
The amendment should nullify all laws, ACTS,, regulations, and agreement that were passed against MALAYSIA AGREEMENT 1963 (MA63). Without rectifying these, the amendment is nothing and meaningless but a trap for Sabah and Sarawak and the amendment might be used as a legal means to legalised past wrong doing/treatment to Sabah and Sarawak.
KUCHING, Feb 27: Getting rid of imperialism from the Federation of Malaya by completing and adhering to the decolonisation process under United Nations (UN) Resolutions 1514 and 1541 could be a step forward for Sarawak and Sabah to restore its rights, especially to oil and gas. Lawyer-cum-former Batu Lintang assemblyman Voon Lee Shan opined that UN Resolution 1514 showed the route to decolonisation.
If PH forms the state government, there could be a possibility for PH to amend the Sarawak Land Code and to streamline this Sarawak Land Code with the National Land Code to deprive the dayaks of their land. A vote for PH is a vote for imperialism by Malaya over Sarawak. A vote for GPS is a vote for continued policies of colonialism by the Federation of Malaya over Sarawak. It is a sad thing dayaks are still fighting a losing game. Many don't realise that locals here are agents of Malayan government to dominate Sarawakians economically and politically.
Woman's Day just two days away and it is time to salute those using own hands to nurture good world leaders, engineers, doctors, clerks, factory workers, farmers and many others who are parts and parcel of a progressive nation. Happy Woman's Day
The evil side of SST?
The Star News - Thursday, 28 Feb 2019
PETALING JAYA: The sales and service tax (SST), which was introduced in September 2018, have increased the cost of doing business among Malaysian manufacturers by up to 10%, according to a recent survey by the Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers (FMM) and the Malaysian Institute of Economic Research (MIER).
The truth is PH mentioned about removal of GST to save "the world" and it was never mentioned that GST will be replaced by SST during GE14 campaign. If it was mentioned up front that SST to replace GST the GE14 final results could be very different. Perhaps PH leaders believe by removing GST and replacing it with SST; and removal of tolls and replacing it with congestion charge people will buy that PH has fulfilled its election promises though LGE said "Govt did not say prices won't increase after SST" and perhaps later after charging congestion charge? Isn't it just a change of name with no change of cost nature to Malaysia public?