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GABUNGAN Parti Sarawak (GPS) wants a stable federal government to be formed after the November 19 general election so that the administration can efficiently discharge its duties towards the people, Sarawak Premier Abang Johari Openg said.
He said a strong and stable federal government will enable Malaysia to deal with the economic downturn expected next year.
“I am also worried that the economic condition may worsen due to recession. We must have one (strong government) to overcome the challenges,” he said in the “Untukmu Malaysia” programme aired live on TV1 tonight.
“Over here, we (GPS government) are all for developing the country and people. We could see that Malaysia faced too many crises in the last term – three prime ministers in one term. We (Sarawak) want a stable government.”,
Abang Johari also said he wished to give free education to all qualified Sarawak people until the highest levels by using the sovereign wealth fund, which will be set up later.
“That is my desire because what is happening now is that many of our children could not afford to further their studies due to the high fees,” he said.
“Secondly, they have to apply through the UPU (Unit Pusat Universiti) and are sometimes rejected. Some also did not get the courses they applied for.
“Now, our income is good. I will establish a law for setting up the sovereign fund as an investment for the future.”
He said the bill for establishing the fund will be tabled at the state legislative assembly meeting expected to be held next week. – Bernama, November 16, 2022.