Sabah, Sarawak: ‘Unequal partners’?


RECENTLY, my good friend Datuk Dr Johan Arriffin Samad published Unequal Partners (SIRD) under the name he’s better known as, Joe Samad.

I was asked to comment on the book and the issue of how Sabah, Sarawak and the MA63 issues are treated. Joe asked for my frank opinion, and I am going to oblige him, one way or another.

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