There have been renewed calls for Sabah and Sarawak to assert its interests and rights within the federation of Malaysia. These calls have even included proposals to consider secession. The Nut Graph finds out what’s behind these calls and whether secession by any state in the federation would even be possible.
THOUGH Barisan Nasional’s Datuk Dublin Unting Ingkot’s passing was peaceful, the wake of his death has left a scramble in his quiet constituency in the remote jungles of Sarawak. The stakes are high in Batang Ai for both the ruling coalition and Pakatan Rakyat as they strive to win the approval of some 8,000 voters […]