Sarawak election on Dec 18 not perfected in law, no legitimacy . . .
If runoffs were held, GPS would not be able to form the gov’t.
All these by Nicholas Bawin in FB are not issues. In fact, they don’t matter.
What matters is whether the Cabinet system is based on the consensus principle i.e. no voice against before a decision is taken and minuted.
All matters which should be brought before the Cabinet cannot be decided outside the system.
Already, the people of Sarawak have lost their sovereignty to a small group of control freaks in power.
There has been no change of gov’t in Sarawak since 1966 when Stephen Kalong Ningkan was ousted twice by the Federal gov’t.
Under international law, when a gov’t can’t be changed by elections, the people have lost their sovereignty.
Under international law, it’s the obligation, responsibility and duty of the international community to restore sovereignty to a people who have lost it.
The Sarawak election on Dec 18 was not perfected in law.
There’s no legitimacy.
GPS obtained 51 per cent of the votes counted in less than half the seats.
There were no election runoffs in Sarawak after Dec 18, as in other democratic countries and even in communist China in party elections, in seats where no candidate obtained at least 51 per cent of the votes counted.
If runoffs were held within two weeks or a month at the latest, between the top two candidates in certain seats on Dec 18, GPS would not be able to form the gov’t.
A coalition of Opposition parties will seize power in Sarawak.
Read here . . .