Tuesday, January 12th, 2021
Sarawak United Peoples’ Party (SUPP) Youth Central Secretary-General Milton Foo pledges to undertake in setting up a new tent in front of Tanah Puteh Health Clinic, as a sheltering for the public while waiting for the medical treatment. Foo, who was in course of his social service in Pending area, visited the clinic this morning whereas public are undergoing Covid-19 swab tests. As what he has been told by the clinic staff, a total of 80 people went for testing from 8 am to 12 noon yesterday. However, the numberRead More
Siburan community hall association representative received a grant from Local government and Housing Minister, Dato Sri Dr. Sim Kui Hian yesterday for their activities. Tan Kai who represented Dr. Sim gave a cheque to the representative at the SUPP headquarters. He said the fund is from the Rural Transformation programme allocation and hoped that they will put the money for good use.
Sarawak United Peoples’ Party Central Secretary-General Datuk Sebastian Ting, like most Malaysians, expressed shock and surprise that our Yang di-Pertuan Agong today had invoked Article 150(1) of our Federal Constitution and proclaimed the State of Emergency for the country to tackle the Covid 19 pandemic until August 1 or an earlier date if Covid 19 cases were reduced, stabilised and under control. SUPP was taken aback with the Emergency Proclamation because we thought and felt that the measures taken by the Federal Government to tackle Covid-19 challenges had adequately coveredRead More
SUPP PCB Chief, Wilfred Yap advised the public that a Power of Attorney is a legal document that gives another person (agent) the right to make certain decisions on his or her behalf and that there are risks involved. This is, he pointed out, very difficult for the giver of the power of attorney to hold the agent accountable for wrongful conduct after giving them such powers. Yap was recently approached by a women seeking advice on the legal implications of granting a Power of Attorney. The women concerned hadRead More
A total of 800 CCTV across 200 sites (MBKS, DBKU, MPP, MPKS) will be installed as part of Smart City (Phase 1) to keep Kuching safe, provide quality of life for the residents, said Minister of Local government and Housing, Dato’ Sri Dr Sim Kui Hian. He said this is part of the initiative of Digital Sarawak by Chief Minister, Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari. In Batu Kawah, Dr. Sim said they have identified13 sites with more than 50 CCTV for Batu Kawa which will help the police and other authoritiesRead More