Cowboy town’s peculiar politics

LAWAS earned the nickname of “cowboy town of North Sarawak” for a number of reasons. Like the modern cowboys in USA’s Midwest, locals rely on 4-wheel drives to travel around the constituency due to the lack of tar sealed roads... more »

Mother of all elections begins

Politicians gearing up for the 13th general election (GE13) have been like horses kept behind the starting gates for almost two years waiting for a race that never seem to start. Even political pundits, like commentators of a delayed race,... more »

Trouble brewing within state DAP?

SOMETHING unusual has happened in the state DAP in the run-up to the 13th general elections – the party’s state chairman Wong Ho Leng has announced two of their candidates before the dissolution of the parliament. Ho Leng has never... more »

Ibans, the kingmaker in Baram

MORE than half of the Orang Ulu votes in the Marudi and Telang Usan state seats which make up the Baram parliamentary constituency went to the opposition in the last state election in 2011. This statistic does not bode well... more »
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