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SUPP PRESS RELEASE BY WILFRED YAP, SUPP KOTA SENTOSA BRANCH CHAIRMAN

SUPP Kota Sentosa Branch Chairman, Wilfred Yap is very disappointed with Dr Kelvin Yii’s recent baseless criticism of Dr Sim’s rallying call to all loyal Sarawakians to stand up and to go all out to fight for the return of our rights and power that have been eroded over the years especially during the 22 years when Tun Mahathir was Prime Minister.

The criticism from Dr Kelvin Yii is a clear admission that Sarawak DAP members are a mouth piece of their Malayan Masters and that DAP is controlled by Tun Dr Mahathir. It is also clear from their recent statements and actions that Sarawak DAP YBs that they will not be fighting for the return of the rights and power to Sarawak under the 1963 Malaysia Agreement (MA63).

Sarawak DAP should live in the present and focus on the future. Sarawak DAP should be held accountable, responsible and be brave enough to demand an answer from their political master, YB Lim Kit Siang from Malaya on why DAP is co-operating with Tun Mahathir, the central figure associated with the 1990s Bank Negara massive Forex losses which nearly bankrupt Malaysia at that time, Perwaja Steel Scandal and Bank Bumiputra Scandal and lastly be brave enough to ask whether Tun Mahathir during his time as Prime Minister had used petronas monies to bail out crony companies.

As loyal Sarawakians, we should fight for Sarawak rights and continue the effort of Tok Nan (the late Tan Sri Adenan Satem), who got the ball rolling to set the Sarawak Agenda for autonomy in motion.

I sincerely hope that Sarawak DAP are aware of Article 2 (b) of the Federal Constitution. Article 2 provides that eventhough Parliament may by law alter the boundaries of any State, it is expressly provided that such a law shall not be passed without the consent of the Legislative Assembly of Sarawak.

Any such law passed by Parliament purporting to alter the boundaries of Sarawak is therefore clearly unconstitutional and therefore null and void. This includes laws such as the Territorial Sea Act 2012 and the Petroleum Development Act, 1974, neither of which were consented to by Sarawak Legislative Assembly in the manner provided for under the said Article 2.

The glaring economic disparities between Malaya and Sarawak mandates that Sarawak restore 100% of its rights over its petroleum resources and to use the economic resources derived from petroleum to develop itself for the sake of our future generations.

It is therefore very crucial and important for every loyal Sarawakian not to be misled by the empty promises of Pakatan Harapan but to stand up for our rights and speak with one United Sarawak voice during the coming 14th General Elections for the sake of our future generations of Sarawakians.

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