COMMENT | Politically, in terms of stability and strength of the governing parties, Putrajaya and Sarawak are now poles apart.
At the federal level, we already had seen four prime ministers in four years with a fifth expected in the months ahead. Each of the four premiers was insecure in their positions and hence, their respective administrations were weak and unstable.
For us Sarawakians, we had just installed our first premier (prime minister too, in essence) after a constitutional amendment, and we expect him to run our homeland (Sarawak is no longer a state but one of three territories in Malaysia) with a free hand and the backing of the majority of Sarawakians.
Our premier, Abang Johari Openg, is in charge of a strong and stable administration. His Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) government is in the best position today to...