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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。

所以“马来西亚公约1963”是不可被修改不可以被取消。没有得到砂拉越政府和人民同意之下不可以以其他方法修改马来西亚的宪法和通过新法令来限制“马来西亚公约1963”权利,危害砂拉越和沙巴的主权和利益。现今情况明显抵触了“马来西亚公约1963”,也动摇了马来西亚建国基础。

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.

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(aljazeera - 30 Nov 2018)
Amnesty International says new government should move to end abuses and take action on indigenous land rights.
Kuala Lumpur - Malaysia's new government has a "window of opportunity" to address indigenous land rights and stop the intimidation, harassment and arrest of those attempting to defend their land, Amnesty International said at the launch of its latest report into indigenous rights.

Across the country, indigenous people, who make up about 14 percent of the population, are locked in a battle for their land and way of life with companies that want to exploit the forest for its timber and plant agricultural crops like durian, rubber and palm oil.

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Mustafa Along, a Temiar from the interior of the northeastern state of Kelantan, said his people had been forced to become more assertive as their land was taken from them and officials failed to address their plight.

Mustafa's community has been trying to defend its land from development for nearly a decade and members have suffered both harassment and arrest. He said they could no longer survive on their monthly income of about 300 ringgits ($71) because the jungle was being destroyed.

In February, the members of Temiar tribe started their latest blockade against destruction and deforestation of their land.

They are part of the Orang Asli, the original inhabitants of the Malay Peninsula's jungles and forests who now number about 200,000 people.

"We are not against the establishment," Mustafa said through a translator at the Amnesty launch. "We are not against development. We are not against modernisation. But if we have to give up our identity as a people that's not a price we're prepared to pay."
Threats and intimidation
Amnesty documented numerous cases of abuse during its 18-month investigation into ancestral land rights that included field visits and interviews with 86 community leaders, activists, lawyers and journalists throughout the country.

The new administration, which, in May, replaced the coalition that had ruled Malaysia for six decades, promised to "recognise, uphold and protect the dignity and rights" of indigenous people as part of its manifesto.

"The promises made by this government have raised hopes among the indigenous community that progress might be possible," said Amnesty's Malaysia researcher Rachel Chhoa-Howard.

"[There is] a window of opportunity to improve the respect and protection of indigenous people and those who speak out for them in Malaysia. This opportunity should not be missed."

In its report, 'The Forest is our Heartbeat: the Struggle to Defend Indigenous Land in Malaysia,' the human rights group said governments at both the state and federal level were "in denial" about the abuses against the country's indigenous people.

It noted that officials did not obtain indigenous peoples' free, prior and informed consent for development projects, and that indigenous communities were often confronted by armed "gangsters" who were able to use physical violence against them with impunity.

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'Keep our home'
In Gua Musang, the home of Mustafa's Temiar people, some told Amnesty that they were arrested and interrogated by the police following peaceful protests in defence of their land, while journalists who were reporting on what was happening were also detained.

"We are not asking for anything more than what is ours," Mustafa said. "We are just asking to keep our home."

While few people Amnesty spoke to were formally charged, at least 20 spent time in police custody, some on multiple occasions, or had accompanied police to the station for questioning to discuss their role in protests. The group said the actions seemed designed to "silence and intimidate" both the communities and those helping them.

Amnesty also documented abuses in the Borneo state of Sarawak, where Bill Kayong, a vocal advocate in support of indigenous rights, was shot dead as he drove to work in June 2016. While his attacker has been found guilty of the murder, no charges have been brought against those who ordered the killing.
The report suggests Malaysia has made little progress on indigenous rights since an inquiry on native land was published in 2013.

The government should respect indigenous people's rights to land, ensure those defending those rights are free from harassment and the threat of criminalisation and thoroughly investigate all threats and attacks, Amnesty said.

It urged the government to establish an independent National Commission on Indigenous Land Rights to address the changes needed to ensure the protection of indigenous land.

"We don't want this to be all talk and no action," Chhoa- Howard said. "There needs to be a real effort to address these issues."
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