“I wish him all the best.”
Yang Berhormat Tuan Haji Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah
SIBU: The willingness of Sarawak Workers Party (SWP) to work with DAP revealed SWP’s true colour, PRS deputy president Datuk Joseph Entulu said.
He said it would not affect BN’s chance of winning in the next state election.
To him, SWP’s assistance to the Peninsula-based DAP is of little significance since DAP’s strength would remain in the urban only.
“If it is rural areas, SWP had been proven to be not accepted in these places. They may claim they have some strength based on the number of votes they got.
“But in actual fact, those are always the votes of the opposition. Secondly, in areas where they had no personal interest, they led their candidates struggled on their own, even losing deposits in the recent parliamentary election.
“Such was the case in Kanowit and Sri Aman. This means that they have no support anywhere,” he told The Borneo Post.
In May 5 polls, SWP contested in all PRS’s six seats, namely Sri Aman, Lubok Antu, Julau, Kanowit, Hulu Rajang and Selangau but lost all with two of its (SWP) candidates – Wilfred Landong (Sri Aman) and Ellison Ludan (Kanowit) losing their deposits.