Adenan sets oil royalty as priority


By SHARON LINGYU JI
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  • Sunday, 16 Mar 2014

KUCHING: New Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem is showing signs he will speak up on contentious issues and take a different stand from his predecessor.

In an interview with The Star, Adenan spoke assertively on the Malaysia Agreement, but even more surprising were his views on the oil royalty for Sarawak.

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