Sarawakians should be wary of DAP as the party leaders are prone to lies, slanders and empty promises, Parti Cinta Malaysia (PCM) president Major (K) Huan Cheng Guan warns.
He said the 360 degrees U-turn made by its party leaders after the 14th general elections (GE14) says it all.
“Before GE14, they made all kinds of promises but after that, nothing happened. Sarawakians should remember DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng’s promises to Sarawakians on oil royalty and taxes.
“Guan Eng promised if Pakatan Harapan comes into power, they would pay out 20% in oil royalty from Sabah and Sarawak’s respective oil revenue as well as return 50% of all taxes collected.
“Did that happen? No, It didn’t, that’s DAP. They will simply promise the sky and the moon but at the end, they give nothing,” he told New Malaysia Herald today.
Elaborating further, he pointed out a news report after GE14 Guan Eng as saying they can’t pay oil royalty to Sarawak because of the huge debt left by the Barisan Nasional administration.
“That was a lie. DAP used federal debts as an excuse for not paying Sarawak the oil royalty.
“It is proven that the debts DAP and other opposition parties were screeching over before GE14 was just a gimmick to hoodwink the voters. Sarawakians must be very careful with what DAP says,” the former Batu Kawan parliamentarian said.
Guan Eng, during the DAP National Leadership Retreat in March 2017 held at a hotel in Subang Jaya, Selangor, promised financial commitments to Sabah and Sarawak if PH takes over Putrajaya, would pay out 20% in oil royalty from Sabah and Sarawak’s respective oil revenue as well as return 50% of all taxes collected to the states’ coffers.
Subsequently, when they came into power, he made a u-turn stating they cannot afford to pay royalties to the two states due to debts inherited from BN.
Stressing further, Huan said Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS), comprising Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB), Parti Rakyat Sarawak (PRS), Sarawak United People’s Party (SUPP) and Progressive Democratic Party (PDP) under Chief Minister Abang Johari Openg is good enough for Sarawak.
“GPS under the leadership of Abang Johari knows what is good for Sarawak.
“They (GPS) still remain fully committed to fulfilling the vision of its late leader, Adenan Satem, for Sarawak. So, vote wisely,” he reminded Sarawakians.
Sarawak is set for its 12th state election on 18 Dec. Early voting is on 14 Dec. – New Malaysia Herald