Work permit required for non-S'wakians coming in for election campaign



Non-Sarawakians coming in with the intention of campaigning in the coming state election will have to apply for a work permit to do so, said Deputy Chief Minister I Douglas Uggah Embas.

He said this regulation had been in existence in Sarawak all the while and would be enforced at all times, including during the election.

"They are here to work, so the permit is a must for those coming from Sabah or Peninsular Malaysia (to campaign in the...

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