Wednesday, 4 May 2016

PKR's five rising stars: A commitment towards reform and change by 2021

KEADILAN's Five Rising Stars: A Commitment Towards Reform and Change by 2021

In 2015, the United Kingdom elected its youngest Member of Parliament since the 17th century, 21-year old Mhairi Black. Her maiden speech in the UK Parliament garnered the attention of more than 10 million people worldwide and the praise of many fellow Members of Parliament.

Nomadic Penans appealing to Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem

Press statement by James Lalo Keso, former Penan Penghulu of Long Lamai

Penan request moratorium on logging to save last remaining islands of primary forest for Upper Baram Park

We, the Penan, are a nomadic tribe living in the rainforest of Sarawak, a Malaysian state on the island of Borneo. Our lives depend very much on a sound environment, a rainforest that can provide us with all for satisfying our needs; our identity and social wellbeing depends very much on our ancestral lands, the territories our fathers and grandfathers lived on. These forests are our history, our present and are meant to be our future.

SUPP uses dirty tactis against Aziz Isa, says Voon Shiak Ni

KUCHING, May 4, 2016: PKR candidate for Batu Kitang, Voon Shiak Ni, today condemned the underhanded tactics used by BN to undermine one of her rivals, young DAP candidate Abdul Aziz Isa.

"I am appalled by the underhanded tactics deployed by the SUPP/BN to undermine my young opponent Abdul Aziz Isa," she said in a statement.

Voon claimed that SUPP had used Aziz Isa's own family member, a grandmother, to attack  him for his lack of work and life experiences.

"I believe we should be mature politicians and SUPP/BN should not have to resort to gutter politics. Victory must be earned with dignity and clean politics," she said.

"I urge SUPP/BN to refrain from using gutter politics and to promote a healthy mature playing ground," Voon, who is also PKR women national vice head, said.

Petroleum justice: BN's true face exposed

By See Chee How,
PKR Sarawak vice chairman

Today,  PKR Sarawak candidates and I made our way to Wisma Bapa Malaysia in order to let Najib Razak and cabinet ministers hear the growing clamour among Sarawakians who have, to this day, not received our fair share of wealth, prosperity, and justice.

Sunday, 1 May 2016

I may be political novice, but I am not corrupt

By Athina Klaywa Sim,
PKR candidate for Serembu

I am aware that my opponents have used my age against me. I would not be surprised if they continue to denigrate me and Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) during this campaign period.  Yes, I am young and yes, I am a novice politician. But they fail to realize though that because I am a novice, I have not been tainted by money politics, dirty tactics or corruption. Because I am young, I will serve the people and fight for their rights with integrity and honesty.  

Tuesday, 26 April 2016

Setting the record straight in PKR-DAP boxing natch

The failure of DAP and PKR to resolve seat disputes ahead of nomination day in Sarawak is immensely regrettable, as is the blame game that has ensued.

Unfortunately for all us, blame must be shared. It is not one-sided. We collectively failed to negotiate an agreement acceptable to both sides.
 Voon Shiak Ni, PKR candidate for Batu Lintang

Voon's proposer reserves his right to take legal action against Chong Chieng Jen

By Simon Siah,
Campaign manager for
PKR Batu Kitang candidate Voon Shiak Ni

During the nomination of our Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) candidate in N.13 Batu Kitang yesterday, there was no problem at all during the whole process.

We wish to reply to DAP’s State Chairman Chong Chieng Jen’s statement yesterday and state that our proposer,  Narawi bin Palayan Miniandi is not a bankrupt.
 Voon Shiak Ni speaking to reporters at a press conference.

Wednesday, 20 April 2016

Betong villagers lodged police report against Jabu over imposition of section 6 on their NCR lands

BETONG, April 20, 2016 -Two PKR election candidates today led a group of villagers to lodge a report against Deputy Chief Minister Alfred Jabu Numpang at the district police headquarhers here this afternoon.

Penan community wants community managed protected area in Upper Baram

 BARAM, April 20, 2016. The Penan communities from Upper Baram have sent in an official proposal for a Community Managed Protected Area  to the government.

Tuesday, 19 April 2016

Adenan is the most popular than the previous chief ministers of Sarawak

 81 percent of the respondents in the survey give their approval to Adenan as Chief Minister

KUCHING, April 19, 2016 -Sarawak 5th Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem have attained strong approval among Sarawak voters ahead of the coming 11th state election schedule for May 7, 2016.

81% of the respondents reported being satisfied with his performance, as found in a survey among Sarawak voters concluded at the end of January 2016.