Call to prioritise basic matters in MA63
By:Osman Razali
Date:
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KUCHING: Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Fadillah Yusof should prioritise the basic matters in the Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63) to be implemented immediately.

Political analyst Dick Lembang Dugun stressed this is important to ensure that any issues related to MA63 are not raised in the future.

He said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has shown high political commitment to ensure that MA63 can be implemented.

“The people of Sarawak and Sabah should thank him for dealing with this MA63 issue.

“Thus, Fadillah should focus on the affairs of Sarawak and Sabah, especially the basic matters in the agreement to be implemented immediately so that they are not raised in the future,” he told New Sarawak Tribune, yesterday.

He believed that Fadillah would be able to ensure that the trust is used in the best possible way.

Asked about the position of deputy minister among the Sarawak representatives in the unity cabinet, Dick is confident that there would be representatives from Sarawak including representatives from the Democratic Action Party (DAP).

“What is important is to help the prime minister to ensure that the country rises again…the solidarity of the leaders in the unity government is very important for the country’s political stability.

“The leaders and supporters of each party should be big-hearted by giving priority to the country over the interests of the party.

“If not selected as a minister or deputy minister, they should remain steadfast in supporting the unity government formed with the approval of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong.

“Political stability is the key to economic sustainability as well as foreign investor confidence,” he explained.

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