KUCHING, Aug 15: Parti Rakyat Sarawak (PRS) Women’s wing education bureau will continue to organise more ‘randau’ sessions to reach out and engage with the women issues pertaining to state rights.
Bureau chief Misiah Abdullah said among the topics discussed included introduction on Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) coalition, the state government’s Sarawak First approach, understanding the Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63), as well as in depth dialogue affecting women and politics.
“We will continue to organise similar sessions at various PRS constituencies in the future, as we have been receiving positive feedback.
“We adopt the ‘randau’ concept because it allows a more conducive atmosphere. The participants can also interact openly and in a relax manner thus, fostering better understanding and fellowship,” she said during the Randau GPS session at Rh Banyang at Batu 8, Bintulu, today.
Organised in collaboration with Samalaju PRS Women Division, the event was officiated by PRS Women chief Datuk Seri Doris Brodie and attended by approximately 250 participants, who are mostly women.
PRS Samalaju Women chief Morjorie Majang, who shared Misiah’s view, encouraged the bureau to hold more of such sessions.
“It is worthwhile and it gives better insight, especially about the formation of GPS and its objectives as well as on MA63,” she said.
“These awareness help us to appreciate the GPS struggles and objectives. Doing it in such manner and in smaller groups also make it easier to manage and discuss more effectively,” she added. — DayakDaily