North Borneons, Sarawakians, can’t be Malaysians forever bah!

Daniel John Jambun declares two thirds majority in Parliament not necessary.

The human rights advocate and Borneo rights advocate is working on 11 Originating Summons.

By the time that Jambun files the first OS, the number of OS in the works would have gone up exponentially.

Patently, there’s no need to wait for two thirds majority in Parliament. Alternatively, the lawmakers can work on Sabah and Sarawak issues, in particular, on a bipartisan basis.

Again, Jambun has proposed 11 Originating Summons so far, as follows, but not based on order of priority:

OS on Sabah Constitution based on Sept 1 Majority Decision by Federal Court.

OS on Malay MyKad based on Definition of Malay in Article 160(2) of the Federal Constitution and case law

OS on INTENTION on nominated state assemblyman based on Sabah Constitution

OS on 13 July 1976 Amendment to Article 1(2) of the Federal Constitution

Article 1(2) before 13 July 1976 must have source. The source can only be MA63. Law must have source to have jurisdiction, authority and power.

OS on Definition of Federation in Article 160(2) of Federal Constitution and inclusion of MA63 alongside Federation of Malaya Agreement 1948 (not 1957)

OS on M’sia Constitution and constitutional documents on M’sia based on Article 1(2) of Federal Constitution

OS on the 1973 Amendment making Islam the religion of Sabah.

Ah Thian v Government of Malaysia (1976) 2 MLJ 112 entrenched the principle that the doctrine of parliamentary supremacy does not apply to Malaysia since, unlike the UK for example, it has a written Constitution.

OS on Singapore’s 15 parliamentary seats not being allocated to Sabah and Sarawak.

When Malaysia was formed in 1963, Malaya held two-thirds of the seats with one-third held by Sabah, Sarawak and Singapore (Malaya 104, Singapore 15, Sabah 16 and Sarawak 24).

OS on Article VIII of MA63

OS on the Territorial Sea Act 2012 (Act 750) being imposed on Sabah and S’wak.

The Act, passed by Parliament in 2012, unilaterally reduced the territorial sea of Sabah and S’wak from 12 nautical miles to three nautical miles (a reduction of nine nautical miles, or 16.5km).

Article 1(3) of the Federal Constitution states that the territories of each state are the territories comprised immediately before Malaysia Day.

OS on the Federal gov’t surrendering (oil field) blocks L and M within Sabah’s boundaries in 2008 to Brunei.

It’s strange and even ironical that there are at least some people in Sabah and Sarawak, if not quite a few, who apparently want to muddy the waters on Borneo rights.

These may be people who may be proxies of Malaya and/or have a self-serving Agenda. We stand corrected.

Borneo rights are non-negotiable.

They must be upheld, honoured, respected, defended, and protected.

It’s not about being extremists, but perhaps patently more about taking an extreme position, for want of a better phrase, win or lose.

Agi idup, agi ngelaban!

The bottomline: we are from Borneo, not Malaya.

There’s no reason for us to be Malaysians.

There must be self-determination, in accordance with the principles and international law, for the Way Forward.

Briefly, we go Our Way, and Malaya go its Way.

The kangkung loyar burok in the kopi tiam drag out cases so that they can fleece Clients as much as possible.

They lose cases so that they can Appeal and further drag out cases and fleece Clients.

After losing Appeals twice, they will have the cheek to suggest the Federal court can Review its own decision.

So, there’s further dragging out of case to fleece Clients.

Finally, if the Client already bankrupt by the lawyer loses, the court will be blamed for being in BolehLand.

Read further here . . .

NGO calls for Federal court to resolve status of Sabah, Sarawak, in Malaysia.

Putrajaya has no ‘political will’ to comply with Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63).

Blessed Easter, God bless, take care, stay safe . . .

Blessed Easter, God bless, take care, stay safe . . .

Church gathering of the faithful for readings from the Holy Bible, the Word of God, in memory of Jesus.

Media should educate people on ‘proof of identity’.

There are many people in M’sia living in the legal twilight zone.

Human rights advocate wants ex-judge Sri Ram to clarify on Shafie Apdal, Musa Aman.

Daniel John Jambun opines jury still not out on whether Shafie Apdal illegitimate CM on 12 May 2018.

Sun mass BEST Way Forward on grammar, comprehension, speaking skills!

The Church, all over the world, has kept local dialects and languages alive.

Orang Asal NO to PTI say in Sabah, M’sia!

Sabah, Sarawak, will not support PAS or PTI party taking PM’s post.

Jambun: Musa Aman move in Federal court to thwart Shafie Apdal being ‘declared’ CM.

“Now, we don’t know what will become of Musa’s Constitutional questions on Sabah in the Federal court.”

Jambun decries MA63 activist Zainnal Ajamain’s ‘veiled threat’ on ‘defensive’ Malay.

Human rights advocate and Borneo rights activist wants to focus on Definition of Malay in Article 160(2) ‘to clear the air’ in Sabah, Sarawak.

If JPN has dropped Malay MyKads, no way to determine Muslim who are Malay!

If no Malay on the chip, Article 160(2) redundant, Article 153 partly redundant.

Malay, suffering from inferiority complex, need somebody to look down!

Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka Malay run amok in Kamus Dewan with Tambi, Keling, Pariah.

Human rights advocate seeks court Declaration on NRD handing out Malay MyKad ‘indiscriminately’.

Daniel John Jambun wants NRD to comply with Definition of Malay in Article 160(2).

Muslim, Malay, failed to Declare on Allah in Christian Malay print!

The Orang Asal in Borneo in fact say Allah Taala in their various dialects and languages.

Jambun: Allah not for politics in Sabah, Sarawak.

Human rights advocate does not want Church to be challenged on Allah issue.

Malaysia not tanah Melayu . . . Tanah Melayu misnomer for gov’t reserves British created on Orang Asli land.

The Anglo-Siamese Treaty, signed in 1909, saw Bangkok give up the southern half of the Kra Peninsula to Britain.

Author: fernzthegreat

Joe Fernandez holds a honours degree in management, majoring in economics, and has opted from academia in law to being a jurist. He was trained professionally on the job as a journalist. He's a longtime Borneo watcher, keen on the history and legal aspects of Malaya's presence in Sabah and Sarawak. He teaches the English language privately and has emerged as a subject matter expert in public examination techniques.

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