‘Sarawak, Sabah equally concerned on non-adherence to MA63’
KUCHING: Both Sarawak and Sabah are equally concerned on the non-adherence to the Malaysia Agreement 1963 ( MA63), says Deputy Chief Minister Tan Sri Datuk Amar Dr James Jemut Masing.
“Both Sarawak and Sabah are equally concerned on nonadherence to MA63. This was expressed by both leaders. Our concern is for the betterment of Malaysia as a nation, so that the federation stays strong and united in the years to come,” Masing said after receiving a courtesy call by Minister of Foreign Affairs Datuk Seri Anifah Aman at his office here yesterday.
Masing who is also PRS president, said the two of them also expressed confidence that both states would be able to deliver for the BN in the upcoming 14th general election (GE14).
“Both Sarawak and Sabah expressed confidence in retaining BN seats comes GE14,” he said.
Anifah is the younger brother of Sabah’s Chief Minister Tan Sri Musa Aman. Both brothers are Umno supreme counci l members. Anifah is also chairman of the steering committee on devolution of power for Sabah while Sarawak is represented by Minister in the Prime Minister’s department Datuk Seri Nancy Sukri.
Currently, the BN in Sarawak controls 25 out of the 31 parliamentary seats while Sabah BN controls 21 out of the 25 seats.