Sarawak rights groups question if Pakatan is truly against corruption


Desmond Davidson

Activist Peter John Jaban has warned that failure by the PH government to live up to its 'clean government' promise could go against it in the Sarawak state election in three years time. – The Malaysian Insight pic, September 10, 2018.

TWO Sarawak civil rights groups are asking the ruling Pakatan Harapan government “to make clear unequivocally” whether their electoral promises to root out corruption, abuse of power, cronyism and nepotism also apply to Sarawak.

The groups – Solidariti anak Sarawak and Sarawak 4 Sarawakians – raised the question after a picture emerged showing a smiling PKR president-elect Anwar Ibrahim and Julau MP Larry Sng standing beside Sarawak Governor Abdul Taib Mahmud following their courtesy call on Taib at his residence in Kuching on Saturday.


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  • PH seems to be blind in one eye where Taib is concerned. Very worrying because hes a bigger thief than Najib.

    Posted 3 years ago by Malaysia New hope