SUPP declares receiving proposed candidate list for 20 seats

Datuk Sebastian Ting

KUCHING, July 23:  Sarawak United Peoples’ Party (SUPP) declares that the party central has received a proposed candidate list for all 20 seats for the upcoming Sarawak Election.

He said the party’s leaders and members were fully aware of those seats.

“On behalf of SUPP Party Central, we would like to inform our Party members and members of the public that SUPP Party Central had received the names of the proposed candidates for all the respective 20 seats. 


“Indeed all our party branch leaders, youth, women sections and members are fully aware of those seats, as they continue to be on the ground all these years with the people, listen to them and to serve them,” said SUPP Secretary General Datuk Sebastian Ting in a statement on Tuesday.

Ting did not name the 20 seats in the statement.  

Ting who is also Tourism, Arts and Culture Assistant Minister believed that the spirit of unity and mutual respect amongst GPS (Gabungan Parti Sarawak) parties are crucial and important, especially for the coming Sarawak Election as there shall be fierce challenges. 

“Therefore, it is imperative for all GPS component parties to commit to working closely amongst themselves for the betterment of all Sarawakians. 

“SUPP will concentrate on their own seats and will not venture into other GPS component traditional seats,” said Ting.

On the fight against Covid-19, he expressed gratitude to Sarawakians in general and called on for the spirit of cooperation to be continued to fight the pandemic.

“We would like to reiterate our sincere gratitude and  appreciation to our communities for their responses and support during this challenging time when we are all being attacked by vicious COVID-19 pandemic affecting our economy. 

“The spirit of cooperation and looking after each other is much needed during this critical time. 

“It is important that we all focus on helping the Sarawak people to endure this pandemic and at the same time protecting and safeguarding the best interest of Sarawak and the people of Sarawak,” said Ting. — DayakDaily