THE current ongoing Sarawak Legislative Assembly (DUN) sitting presents a rather different mood, said Dennis Ngau (PBB-Telang Usan).
He pointed out the sitting environment thus far has been “below previous sitting mood”.
“This is probably due to the strict SOPs (standard operating procedures) imposed due to the Covid-19 pandemic outbreak as well as Kuching’s declaration as a Covid-19 red zone,” he said at the end of the second day of DUN sitting on Tuesday (Nov 10).
Dennis said the proceedings were also business as usual for attending members.
“The major talking point today (Nov 10) is on the Bill on Constitution of the State of Sarawak (Amendment) Bill 2020 which the Speaker (DUN Speaker Datuk Amar Mohamad Asfia Awang Nassar) deffered to another day,” he added.
This sitting was held in an orderly manner, with all state assemblymen observing Covid-19 standard operating procedure (SOP) guidelines.
Before the sitting commenced, attendees had their temperature checked. They were also seen scanning the MySejahtera QR code before entering the DUN Complex. Members of the august House were also told to keep