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DAP sacks Sarawak rep for going against party

KUCHING: The DAP has expelled Pujut assemblyman Fong Pau Teck (pic), allegedly over an act of insubordination to the party’s directive.

Lawyer: State assembly has right to disqualify rep

PETALING JAYA: The Sarawak state assembly’s decision to disqualify DAP’s Pujut assemblyman Dr Ting Tiong Choon is lawful, says constitutional lawyer Syahredzan Johan.

DAP sacking not end of world, says Fong

NEWLY independent assemblyman Fong Pau Teck (Pujut), who is appealing his dismissal from DAP, says no matter what the outcome, “the sun will still shine”.

Sacked DAP man to continue attending sitting

SACKED DAP member Fong Pau Teck will continue attending the DUN sitting in his capacity as the assemblyman for Pujut.

Proposal of a simple power solution

KUCHING: Far-flung longhouses not connected to the state grid should be provided with solar panels as an interim measure, says Fong Pau Teck (Independent-Pujut).

Shaziman: Completion of bridge and road to come first

MIRI: Works Minister Datuk Seri Shaziman Abu Mansor has assured the people in Tudan that the Government is giving top priority to the completion of Pujut 7 Bridge and Pujut 7-Tudan-Kuala Baram road.

First election petition filed since Sarawak polls

MIRI: BN direct candidate for the recent Sarawak state elections, Datuk Hii King Chong, has filed a petition in the High Court here to nullify the results of the Pujut constituency.

DAP: Phantom voters, literally

MIRI: A dead voter may suddenly appear on polling day, cast her vote in Pujut and return to her resting place, with the satisfaction of having fulfilled her duty as a citizen even in death.

Miri High Court throws out first election petition over recent Sarawak polls

MIRI: The High Court here has dismissed the first election petition case filed in Sarawak over the 11th state polls because the petitioner, Datuk Hii King Chong, did not comply with certain legal requirements when making the application.

No more jams along road to Sarawak-Brunei border

MIRI: The RM115mil Pujut 7 bridge and upgraded Permyjaya-Kuala Baram road were declared open by Communications Assistant Minister Datuk Lee Kim Shin, yesterday.