State Attorney General briefs MPs, senators on crucial Federal Constitution amendments

Abang Johari (front row, centre), Mutang (front row, fifth right), Fadillah (front row, sixth left), Nancy (front row, fifth left), Alexander (front row, sixth right), Aaron (front row, fourth left), and other dignitaries convening for a group photo. Photo source: Sarawakku Facebook page

KUALA LUMPUR, March 1: Sarawak Attorney General Datu Saferi Ali has briefed MPs and senators on various amendments that were proposed to be made to the Federal Constitution regarding citizenship during a meeting yesterday (Feb 29) night.

The meeting convened with MPs and the Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) National Assembly, coinciding with the Fifteen Parliamentary Conference of the Third Term held in Kuala Lumpur.

According to a statement made by Sarawakku, the meeting centred on the amendment to the Worker’s Act, taking into consideration the State’s perspective regarding the act by particularly addressing the position of the Sarawak Labour Ordinance.

Meanwhile, Sarawak Premier Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Abang Johari Tun Openg took the opportunity to inform the attendees about the implementation of the ‘cascading’ concept of power generation which is set to commence in Kapit.

Among those present were Deputy Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Fadillah Yusof, Dewan Negara president Datuk Mutang Tagal, Malaysian Minister of Women, Family and Community Development Dato Sri Nancy Shukri, Federal Work Minister Dato Sri Alexander Nanta Linggi, Minister of National Unity Dato Aaron Dagang Ago, and Sarawak Government Secretary, Datuk Amar Mohamad Abu Bakar Marzuki and other dignitaries. — DayakDaily