KUCHING, May 22: Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) vows to continue to safeguard and fight for Sarawak’s rights.
Its secretary general Datuk Alexander Nanta Linggi in a statement today, assured in no uncertain term that GPS will not stop its fight to regain Sarawak’s rights enshrined under the Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63) will not stop.
“GPS shall continue to safeguard, protect and fight for Sarawak rights in accordance with the federal and state constitutions and under MA63 and lGC (Inter Governmental Committee Report 1962),” said Nanta.
On its political stance, the Kapit MP reiterated GPS’ support for Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin as the Prime Minister for national interest and also for the need of a stable federal government.
“The understanding on this is also endorsed as a framework of a functioning government.
“GPS is a partner in the federal government,” Nanta stated.
The statement was issued following a GPS supreme council meeting today at Chief Minister Office, Wisma Bapa Malaysia. — DayakDaily