Friday, April 2, 2010

Independence for Sarawak - The Only Way To Go

Push for Sabah, S'wak's independence: Next stop UN

By Athi Shankar
GEORGE TOWN: A group of prominent politicians and social activists from East Malaysia are seriously contemplating pulling out Sabah and Sarawak from the Federation of Malaysia.

They are planning to take up their case to the United Nations to hold a referendum on the status of the Borneo states as independent nations.

They no longer want their states to be under the clutches of the Umno-led Putrajaya administration.

The group has already sought legal advice from the international community to explore all orderly and democratic means to legally declare Sabah and Sarawak as separate sovereign states.

Sources said the group was keen to avoid any civil unrest, bloodshed and armed conflict with the central government, features usually associated with separatist movements.

“They want to resolve the pressing issue by peaceful and civilised means,” said the source.


Anonymous said...

Hurray! It is great

Anonymous said...

Sape je yg memerintah, tetap akan sama wlupun prinsip dan cara berbeza namun tujuan sama. Sbg pemerhati, saya nampak setiap parti sama je cuma berbeza posisi. Masing2 mempergunakan rakyat untuk mencapai hajat. Alangkah baik jika bersatupadu, berbincang perkara-perkara yang baik untuk kesejahteraan bersama. Tapi bukan mencetuskan huru-hara, yang jadi 'mangsa' adalah rakyat. Fikir-fikirkanlah.

Anonymous said...

after KL quietly 'traded off' oil fields worth 350 billion ringgit without Sarawakian and Sabahan common people consulted / knowing.