KUCHING: Twelve state assemblypersons from Democratic Action Party (DAP) will have a breakfast session with the public at a coffeeshop in Stutong tomorrow.
They will meet residents and listen to their grouses from 8.30am to 9.30am.
DAP will also conduct voter registration at King Centre, Stutong, Tabuan Jaya and BDC on the same day.
DAP Sarawak secretary Chong Chieng Jen disclosed that DAP members would show up in yellow shirts to show their support to Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih) to fight for a fairer and cleaner election.
He also expressed dissatisfaction with BN government for not allowing Bersih to hold gathering in the stadium or the street.
During the press conference yesterday, the Kota Sentosa assemblyman and Bandar Kuching MP also announced that his new service centre in Kota Sentosa Seventh Mile, near to After Seven café, would be opened this Sunday.
The opening ceremony would start at 8am with a lion dance, followed by a short speech and light refreshment will be served, he said. Members of public are welcome.
He said those who needed help could visit his office, which is open on Monday to Friday, from 8am to 12pm and 2pm to 5pm.
His assistant Mordi Dimol would be there to attend to public queries.
Chong himself will be available at the centre every Monday afternoon, except when needed to attend parliamentary sitting.
Batu Kawah assemblywoman Christina Chew will be there on every Thursday.
For more information, Chong can be contacted at 012-2288221.