Miro Simuh

KUCHING: There will be multi-corner fights in the state election, but for Serembu assemblyman Miro Simuh, he will leave it to the people to decide who they think is the best representative who can deliver and serve them in the constituency.

“For Serembu, we have done a lot in the past four years and still doing our best for the people. There are still plenty of things to do and we know, it will never end,” Miro said on Monday (Aug 3).

He was asked to comment on a newly-formed political alliance, Gabungan Anak Sarawak (Gasak), on their plans to contest in all 82 seats in the state election.

Gasak also announced that several candidates would be fielded, and among them, its pro tem secretary, Buln Ribos, who will contest in Serembu.

Asked on what he thinks of Buln contesting for the Serembu seat, Miro replied, “For me, this is a democratic country and any registered political party can take part in an election, as long as they comply with the rules and regulation imposed by the Election Commission.

“Politics and any election, there is no easy win nor easy passage. No one should feel complacent and must work hard to win the voters’ minds and hearts.

“So, for me, everyone has the chance to be a candidate for any party as long they have the majority numbers and support,” he said.

Besides Gasak, Parti Sarawak Bersatu and Parti Bumi Kenyalang also want to contest in all 82 seats.