Dr Sim is uncontested SUPP president

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KUCHING: Datuk Seri Dr Sim Kui Hian has retained his post uncontested as the president of Sarawak United People’s Party (SUPP) during the party 25th Triennial Delegates Conference (TDC) which ended today.

Others who retained their post uncontested were Datuk Seri Richard Riot as the deputy president I; Datuk Seri Lee Kim Shin as deputy president II; Datuk Sabestian Ting (secretary-general) and Datuk Francis Harden (treasurer).

“These are five post directly elected by the delegates in the morning, they are directly elected by  404 (out of 409) eligible party members from all over Sarawak.

“As for the president post, I am very honored to be re-elected as the party president for another three years,” Dr Sim said at a  press conference after the party’s TDC held at Sa’ati hall in SUPP headquarters on Sunday (May 22).

The vice presidents are Datuk Ding Kuong Hiing, Datuk Seri Huang Tiong Sii, Chieng Jin Ek, and Sih Hua Tong.

“The deputy secretary general I is Lo Khere Chiang, deputy secretary II is Johnny Pang Leong Ming, and assistant secretary generals are Billy Sujang, Karambir Singh Honey, Danny Banjang, and Jeffrey Phang,” he said.

The assistant secretary is helmed by Senator Robert Lau Hui Yiew; Datuk Matthew Chen as the organising secretary; Wong Chin Yong as the assistant organising secretary; Adam Yii Siew Sang as the publicity and information secretary; and Wilfred Yap Yau Sin as the assistant publicity and information secretary.

“While Michael Tiang retained his post as the SUPP Youth chairman, and Kho Teck Wan as the SUPP Women chief. The election for their post was held on Friday,” he said.

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