Month: September 2019

September 3, 2019

Should the Office of the Prime Minister be subjected to Term Limits?

Westminster Model The Westminster Model, i.e. sistem kerajaan perwakilan beparlimen, does not prescribe such mechanics. Instead a prime minister and his/her government will continue as long as: S/he remains a member of the elected house, and S/he commands the confidence of a majority of the members of that elected House. Consider the cases of John Major, Gordon Brown, Kevin Rudd, and Atal Bihari Vajpayee among […]

September 3, 2019

Another Visitors Day is Coming Up!

BNI Signature Chapter, in Kuching, is having a Visitor’s Day on March 18th, 2015. It is held at the Pullman Kuching. It’s my second Visitors’ Day after the launch of this Chapter.

September 3, 2019

Yes or No: Which Way Would I Go?

A close friend remarked: “I’d rather us stay in the Federation but maintaining the autonomy”. And then the question popped into mind: am I pro-Federation or pro-Independence? Am I a No or a Yes? (No to Independence, Yes to Separation a la the Scottish Referendum). In my early 20s, I am not ashamed to say I am pro-Independence. I would love to see Sarawak as […]