Will GPS be able to get back all rights owed to Sarawakians, asks DAP

Sarawak DAP deputy chairman Chiew Chin Sing. (DAP Pic)

By Emma Victoria

SARAWAK DAP deputy chairman Chiew Chin Sing questioned if Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) will be able to get back all the state’s rights which the latter has been harping on when Pakatan Harapan was in power.

“With four full ministers and seven deputy ministers now, are they going to get back all the rights?” he said as reported by Borneo Post reported.

“It is obvious that the GPS government is short selling the rights of the people of Sarawak again so that they can be in power like what their predecessors, BN had done. Personal agenda before the Sarawak agenda, he said.

Otherwise, the state ruling coalition should have consulted the people before working with Perikatan Nasional (PN) under Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.

“Sarawakians will pay a high price again.

“What is worse is that the GPS government had again succumbed to be with the BN kleptocracy government which they have dissociated with when they lost the PRU14,” he said.

Only this time, he said they went even further to work with PAS, a party which is bent on establishing an Islamic State with hudud laws in Malaysia.

When all this happens, secularism will be dead in Sarawak, said Chiew, who is also DAP Bintulu chairman.

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