Com­mu­nity leader urges S’wakians to stand solidly be­hind GPS

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SIBU: Sarawakians have been urged to stand solidly be­hind Gabun­gan Parti Sarawak (GPS).

A com­mu­nity leader for Sekuau, Penghulu An­drew­son Ngalai Asom be­lieves that only the com­po­nent par­ties un­der the state coali­tion can fight for their rights.

“GPS which com­prises Sarawak­based par­ties is the main plat­form to unite the peo­ple through­out the state. The coali­tion has a new di­rec­tion to cham­pion the rights and voices of the peo­ple of dif­fer­ent races and re­li­gions in achiev­ing progress to­gether. It is im­por­tant so we can de­fend our rights and in­ter­ests as en­shrined in the Malaysia Agree­ment 1963 ( MA63) in line with the state and fed­eral con­sti­tu­tions,” he said when con­tacted re­cently.

Ngalai also de­scribed GPS as a gen­uine party led by Sarawakians to echo the voices of the peo­ple in the coun­try’s pol­i­tics.

For all these, he urged all Sarawakians to give their strong sup­port to GPS un­der the lead­er­ship of Chief Min­is­ter Datuk Pat­inggi Abang Jo­hari Tun Openg.

Penghulu An­drew­son Ngalai Asom

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