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PSB, PBK to sign MoU on seats allocation

0 month ago, 08-May-2022

(From right) Secretary of Sibu PSB Parliamentary Election Committee Wong Hie Ping, PSB president Dato Sri Wong Soon Koh, PBK secretary-general Priscilla Lau, and ex-mayor Datuk Lawrence Lai, head of PSB Miri Parliamentary Election Committee, who is also tasked to lead PSB northern region. Photo via WhatsApp/PBK media group

SIBU (May 8): Parti Sarawak Bersatu (PSB) and Parti Bumi Kenyalang (PBK) met today to discuss on seats allocation between them for the upcoming 15th general election (GE15).

PSB and PBK, in a joint statement, indicated that they will enter into a written Memorandum of Understanding (MoU)) soon to avoid clashing claims for seats in GE15.

Todays sit-down is to deliberate on seats that each party will contest in for GE15.

The parties will enter into a written MoU soon to avoid a clashing of seats contested so that Sarawaks chances of being locally represented at the Malaysian Parliament is maximised, the joint statement said.

Local-based parties like PSB and PBK must be represented in the Malaysian Parliament so as to bring a direct voice from Sarawak to the Malaysian Parliament and to report back to Sarawakians on the decisions of the Malaysian Parliament, it added.

The statement pointed out that local based parties will always champion the rights and sovereignty of Sarawak before all else without accountability or submission to any Malayan bosses.

The open channel between Sarawak and the Malaysian Parliament must be transparent and represented for the ultimate benefit of Sarawakians without fear or favour, it said.

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