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Thursday, March 18, 2010

Trails of Broken promises

The British Members of Parliament have expressed their sympathies and concerns over the way Sarawakians and Sabahans have been treated in Malaysia after they have heard allegations and complaints from Sabah and Sarawak delegations.

“They are going to look into our allegations and complaints,” said Nicholas Bawin, leader of Sarawak delegation.

“I will look into the allegations and bring them to a higher level,”Sharma, who is the Labour MP for Ealing, told Bawin and Daniel John Jambun of Sabah.

“When Sabah and Sarawak agreed to set up Malaysia, they joined as equal partners with Malaya. However, due to constitutional amendment made to Article 1(2) of the Federal Constitution, the position of Sabah and Sarawak has been relegated to a mere one of the 13 States of Malaysia,” Bawin added.

Referring to Borneonisation of the civil service, he said that the reverse process of domination by Malayan officers has taken place. Almost all top civil service are dominated by Malayan officers down to the rank and file.

Bawin alleged: The quota for the employment of natives in the service no longer applies in view of the flooding of civil service with Malayan officers as well as preference only to certain tribal groups.

The giving of scholarships and educational grants are also very discriminatory. Children of native people are not given their dues when it comes to the award of scholarship and educational grants.

Those are strong statements made by Dr. Nicholas Bawin at the House of Commons, London on 9th March. Read them all HERE at THE BROKEN SHIELD.

SUHAKAM is now being blamed for not exerting its role in view of Malaysia’s dipping ratings on human rights policing in the country. READ HERE.

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