Atet Dego, potential candidate for N17 Stakan, assisted by Vice President Peter Asut and team at Premier Food Republic and the Bandar Riyal Wet Market, Samarindah, Jln Dato Mohd Musa to distribute face masks and leaflets (1-5-2021)
KUCHING, April 3: Sarawak should now gear herself up towards self-determination or the Independence of Sarawak in its real sense, since the long 58 years of partnership in the Federation of Malaysia is not bringing much benefit to Sarawak and Sarawakians. Parti Bumi Kenyalang (PBK) member Egi Bangan King said this, emphasising that Sarawak and Sabah being termed a “fixed deposit” for the Peninsula and a “cash cow” when it comes to contribution to the nation’s coffer, was a matter of public knowledge.
The present BN/GPS government has to be voted out of office for continuing to misrepresent and mislead Sarawakians to believe in that Sarawak had gained full independence on 16 September 1963 as stated in the Sarawak government official portal.
KUCHING, April 25: PBK president Voon Lee Shan says he put a RM50 million penalty on himself if he were to leave the party as he is committed to seeing Sarawak achieve independence. “I won’t mind disclosing to the public that I had been approached last year to jump ship and to dissolve the party.
SIBU, April 9: The people of the State are against the proposal to recognise Sarawak as a Wilayah (region) when, in fact, it is a country on its own. Parti Bumi Kenyalang (PBK) president, Voon Lee Shan said that as the Malaysia Agreement 1963 is an international agreement that superceded the Federal Constitution, the Malaysian Parliament could not amend it to reduce the status of Sabah and Sarawak as a country to a state.