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Stanley Bye Kadam-Kiai

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Associate Professor with UNIMAS and a Political Analyst.

Multi-ethnic coalition as in Malaysia better than fragmented politics as in Myanmar

On January 19, 2017 Malaysia hosted an “Extra ordinary session of the OIC Council of Foreign Ministers on the situation of the Rohingya Muslim...

Three decisions that can influence Sarawak voters in the GE14

The GE14 is certainly going to be held this year, and the BN will be retained as the government at the federal level. It has...

The court’s ruling that might affect the votes in Sarawak in the GE14

The forests and everything that is in there that we still have in the ‘pulau galau’ and the ‘pemakai menoa’ are the gifts of...

Whose poverty are we alleviating

In the old days, the Iban used the term ‘bejalai’ to describe the journey of a young Iban man who is going to foreign...

Early election is imminent

According to the political system that the country has adopted, a general election must be held every 5 years. But as Malaysia has no...

What to look for in the candidates in the 14th GE?

The formation of the cabinet in a parliamentary system of government is relatively a fast, easy and less tedious process than that of the...

May politics not destroy the spirit of the formation of our nation

I said last week that Malaysia is more than just a country. Malaysia is a set of ideal. And I also did ask as...

Non-tabling of the MA63 motion allows the opposition to attack Adenan

A federation is usually established by an agreement which outlines the terms and conditions that have been agreed upon by the various political units...

Losing the election like Hillary Clinton did is extremely hurtful and embarrassing

Hillary Clinton’s attempt to turn the White House into her second home never materialised. The Clintons are not going back there. Instead, the Trumps...

US Presidential Election: Questionable moral standing

The Americans are going to the polls today, November, 8, 2016, to elect their president, and other officials. The Americans think that their electoral...

Getting back its rights: Adenan’s political struggle for Sarawak

CM Tan Sri Adenan Satem has hinted that Sarawak is going to table a bill in the national parliament to get back its rights. Basically,...

Budget 2017: Is this the one that decides the 14th GE for PM Najib

Budget 2017 which was unveiled on Friday October 21, 2016 is Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s eighth budget since he became the country 6th Prime...

Budget 2017: Request for priority might not be forthcoming for Sarawak

This week is the budget week for Malaysia. The tabling of the 2017 national budget at the country’s national parliament has been scheduled for...

Corruption in Sabah: Abuse of power not good for the country

Oh what a story we had in the news last Thursday, and I think you know that I am referring to the seizure of...

Heartbreaking situations in rural areas: We are fed up

As the people who live in the cities, the people who live in the rural areas need a wide range of facilities that can...

The politics of redelineation of electoral boundary

When we talk about ‘politics’, political parties and elections come into the picture. Political parties compete with each other for the peoples’ votes and...

Sarawak Bumiputeras will vote for Sarawak parties

Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (PPBM) is the latest political party in the country. Its high-profile leaders have helped PPBM to attract the attention of...

Rural schools in Sarawak: The authority hears, sees and says nothing?

We have to agree with Tan Sri Adenan Satem, the Chief Minister of Sarawak, when he said that he is tired of asking the...

Is RM24 billion really a whopping bill to pay for the roadless Sarawak?

From this year until 2030 Sarawak is going to spend RM24 billion on building roads in the state. No one would argue that this...

The World doesn’t need to worry about who succeeds Bolt and Its Other Veterans

There was no bigger personality in the past 3 olympic games than Usain Bolt, the treble triple olympic champions. Now the athletic fratenity is worried...

Our Olympians are Our Heroes

All Malaysian should be proud of the performance of our sportsmen and sportswomen at the just concluded Rio Olympic Games 2016. When the country sent...

Should Pandelela Rinong be awarded a Datukship?

There is a demand from the public that Pandelela Rinong should be awarded an honarary title after she won her second medal at the...

The Performance of the Minister of Local Government and His Councillors determines the BN’s potential in urban seats in the next State Election

The state has just appointed and reappointed a total of 720 local councillors to help with the administration and the management of 24 local...

The NSC bill, does or does not the country need it?

The national security is of paramount important for any country. All countries have to find a way to ensure its national security is intact,...

Thank you  Adenan for the Sarawak Day

Is Sarawak an independent state on July 22, 1963? This is an issue that has not been debated and discussed until recently. If July 22,...

Political parties and Iban sojuouner’s political attitude

Recently, a group of political parties in Sabah and Sarawak formed a political alliance similar in nature to that of the BN and Pakatan...

Sarawakians should enjoy the wisdom of Tan Sri Adenan’s idea on devolution

According to Tan Sri Adenan, the State Chief Minister, Sarawak is asking the federal government to devolve some powers to the state. With devolution,...

Contemplating about the Concept of the Development of Politics for Development and Progress in Sarawak.

In the last 3 decades, development in Sarawak has been defined and determined by the ‘Politics of Development’. People talked about this concept of development...

Polarisation and rural-urban divide in Malaysia not the same as in Brexit

I have been reading and watching with much enthusiasm the debate on Brexit, partly for academic reason as to try to further understand how...

Should Sarawak DUN meet regularly to give meaning to its purposes?

The Sarawak state government is talking about the KPIs of the state politicians. How do we know whether the BN politicians have achieved their...

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