A vote for GPS is a vote for a stable, progressive, prosperous Sarawak

Abang Johari's appeal letter to Sarawak voters.


A vote for GPS is a vote for a stable, progressive, and prosperous Sarawak, says Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) chairman Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Abang Johari Tun Openg.

He said only a big win by GPS can ensure a strong voice in Parliament that will enable the Sarawak government to secure, protect, and restore more of Sarawak’s rights.

“GPS is not only sincere in its struggles, but it also understands the people’s needs and aspirations.

“The GPS government has successfully implemented 120 initiatives, including assistance packages to lighten the people’s burden during the Covid-19 pandemic.

“Our priority was to tackle the biggest crisis that confronted us and save ourselves in terms of health, economy, and employment.

“The people are always close to our heart,” said Abang Johari, the Premier of Sarawak, in an appeal letter to Sarawak voters.

With GPS’ excellent track record, he pledged that the GPS government would continue to care and provide for the well-being of the B40, M40, the younger generation, students, workers, traders, senior citizens, the less privileged, civil servants, and every Sarawakian, irrespective of race and religion.

Meanwhile, Abang Johari reminded Sarawakians of the unfair and biased treatment towards Sarawak during Pakatan Harapan’s (PH) 22 months of rule.

He said PH did not care about Sarawak’s fate and future when they cancelled many projects meant to improve the people’s well-being in the region.

“Umpteen promises were also not honoured. So, remember the old adage of once bitten, twice shy. And don’t cry over spilt milk,” he said.

Therefore he pleaded with all his beloved fellow Sarawakians to come out in full force to vote for GPS like in the 12th Sarawak Election last year.

“A vote for GPS is a vote for a stable, progressive, and prosperous Sarawak. So let’s all vote for GPS to guarantee our livelihood and a better future for us and the next generation.

“Let’s continue to love and care for Sarawak.” — DayakDaily