KUCHING: A question to be asked to the State Barisan Nasional (BN) how far will the popularity of its chairman Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Adenan Satem last.
As such, the negotiations to reclaim the rights of Sarawakians according to the Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63) seems to resonate well with the people on the ground.
And still the question is, why it took so long for our leaders to stand up for the Sarawakians, after 50 years since the formation of the federation 53 years ago?
Sarawak DAP leader Chong Chieng Jen claims that it is not necessary for Adenan to seek for a big mandate since the Federal and State was governed by BN.
Adenan’s appeal towards all Sarawakians for a huge mandate to make amends after their rights were being deprived or eroded for the past five decades.
It is without a doubt that a loud voice (mandate) will echo from Sarawak in its effort to restore its rights. So why the huge mandate?
Such call seems to be like a gimmick initiated by BN to win the hearts of fellow Sarawakians in the forthcoming of the State Election.
Will Adenan draw the right cards, well only time will tell?
Hence, with the trio comprising of BN backbencher chairman and two Assistant Ministers from the State BN assigned to deflect any allegations by the opposition to cover up the loopholes for the government of the day. Is it an attempt worth applauding. – SarawakVoice.com