Tuesday, February 15, 2011
Establish a Royal Commission of Inquiry
Its Deputy President, Datuk Eric Majimbun, today said that the Malaysian Sabahans have been consistently voicing out to the Federal Government on the threats of foreigners getting Malaysian citizenship which now has surfaced by its own and the threat has become more evident and worrying.
"Akjan claiming to be the Sultan of Sulu and having lots of followers whom are his countrymen from a neighbour country but also subjects of Malaysia by being given citizenships have shown their true self.
"The Malaysian government should explain to the people why this is happening and the purpose of it.
Eric is deeply appalled that the booming population of the 'new Malaysians' (having bumiputra and Melayu tags) have increased many folds which was only a small number back in the 1970s.
"These so-called countrymen of Malaysia especially in Sabah are mingling among the locals even holding government posts, wakil rakyat and members of political party like Umno, have raised enough suspicions in every true Malaysian and is a real threat to the nation.
"The duty of the government is to establish a Royal Commission of Inquiry with urgency on this matter.
"The Sabah Commissioner of Police had even said the ISA should be invoked for such 'mischief' which meant the matter needed to be urgently attended to by the Federal Government.