KUCHING, Nov 30: Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) is steadily winning the hearts and minds of Sarawakians while both PKR Sarawak is badly embroiled in internal squabbling and DAP Sarawak is getting unpopular due to its reckless words and inaction.
Highlighting this, political observer Dato Peter Minos said that the decline in the levels of confidence in both Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) and Democratic Action Party (DAP) among the people has been felt.
“As for DAP, all they do are asking why not do this and that? Why this is done this way and not that way? DAP should be asking, what have we done in keeping our electoral promises?,” he criticised in a press statement today.
Similarly, Minos added that PKR should do soul searching as the party was breaking apart.
“They should ask what is wrong with their party which seemed to be lacking in discipline and why is the internal squabbling in PKR continuing.
“If both PKR Sarawak and DAP Sarawak can answer the above questions, which they should, then they will find out why Sarawakians are losing confidence or the trust in them,” he pointed out.
On the other hand, Minos noted that GPS has been working hard for Sarawakians, notwithstanding the zero help and ill-treatment from the Pakatan Harapan (PH) federal government.
“Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg has spelt it well and clearly at the recent GPS Convention that the coalition will continue with its agenda of development plan and its implementation in Sarawak.
“Moreover, GPS has to look for ways and means to get the funds for the social and economic development of Sarawak. And that nothing will deter them from fighting for Sarawak’s rights,” he said.
Minos added that Sarawakians can now see that GPS is walking the talk and they meant business, notably in the state government taking action to sue Petronas for the unpaid five per cent Sales Tax.
“Under the 2020 Sarawak Budget, there will be more projects being carried out in all parts of Sarawak. GPS government means what it says. That is why Sarawakians have more confidence in GPS,” he reiterated.— DayakDaily