Sarawak : No one shows up for DAP seminar

Sarawak : No one shows up for DAP seminar

KUCHING: It was a rude awakening for the Democratic Action Partys (DAP) dreams of penetrating rural areas in the state when not a single person turned up to attend its Dayak Consultative Council (DCC) seminar yesterday.
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IT’S EMPTY: No one but the organisers and restaurant staff can be seen at the seminar venue.

The DCC seminar was scheduled to be held in a local restaurant at Siburan (Mile 17, Kuching) at 1.30pm.

By 2.30pm, no one from the target audience showed up and the organisers were forced to finally call it off.

The seminar, organised by DCC, aimed to prepare for DAPs move from strictly urban Chinese-majority areas into Bumiputera and rural areas in the coming parliamentary election and to supposedly provide related consultative services to rural folk.

Among those from the party present at the venue were state DAP chief Wong Ho Leng, secretary Chong Chieng Jen, Serian branch chairman Edward Andrew Luak and DCC chairman Dr John Brian Anthony.

At a press conference held after the seminar was cancelled, Wong admitted that it would be a great challenge for DAP to penetrate Sarawaks rural areas in the coming parliamentary election.

Siburan is located in the Bengoh state constituency, which is presently held by the Barisan Nasional (BN) under the Sarawak United Peoples Partys (SUPP) Dr Jerip Susil, who is Assistant Minister of Public Health.

Bengoh, along with Tarat, is under the Mambong parliamentary constituency, which is currently held by BN under Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatus (PBB) Datuk Dr James Dawos Mamit, who is Deputy Minister of Tourism.

Besides Mambong, the DAP has also expressed interest in contesting in Mas Gading, currently held by BN through the Sarawak Progressive Democratic Partys (SPDP) Datuk Dr Tiki Lafe National Service Training Council chairman, as well as Serian.

DAP has set up a centre in Serian to try to wrest the seat from BNs Sarawak United Peoples Party (SUPP).

SUPPs Datuk Richard Riot Jaem, who is Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, has held the seat for five terms since 1990.

All three parliamentary seats are Bidayuh majority areas.

Source: http://www.theborneopost.com/2011/10/10 … k-seminar/

we have a new definition for losers

that is

DAP

Will be hard for them… keep trying DAP.

Winner don’t quit,
Quiter don’t win.

Loser don’t even bother to try at all and call others losers.

Likely transport or communication issue here.

They don’t show up coz Gov will nail them under ISA or got police guard at their door step.

let those bumis lose their land summore.

maybe they will never learn their lesson anyway.

[quote=“vertigo”]let those bumis lose their land summore.

maybe they will never learn their lesson anyway.[/quote]

What to do, they willing to lose their land just for a mere RM 200.00 or thousand (ketua kampung).
They sure have unique mindset. :mrgreen:

In some case, they simply don’t care about the importance of land ownership and rather spent on things like buying beer until they ‘palau’. Sad.

[quote=“BlackOrder”]Will be hard for them… keep trying DAP.

Winner don’t quit,
Quiter don’t win.

Loser don’t even bother to try at all and call others losers.[/quote]

Lol nice quote.
+++++1

rocket fail.

few botol of cap apek can kaotin those tuai rumah to sell off their land.

hopefully they will not give up…dap must noe the bumis had been brainwashed by the gomen for so long, and ppl are afraid of changes, but its ok…coba lagik.

ya… cuba lagik.

Election coming very soon.
Jalan Tanjung is undergoing re-tarring as Im typing.
Never done it in the last 10 years i guess?

Miri-Bypass was given a fresh coat of tar too.

Correction: Patches of tar. Few months later, back to normal.

[quote=“vertigo”]let those bumis lose their land summore.

maybe they will never learn their lesson anyway.[/quote]

I’ve edited for you. All good? Yeah, all is good.

Jangan lawan perintah … :expressionless:

they don’t even wanna try listen to see what is in for them…thats the problem with them…they must realise some of the assemblymen are DAP members hence to improve their community in that area, they must share their opinions and views with them otehrwiser they wont be able to help them…sigh

DAP dont give up!! you are the only party in sarawak consists of the elites to save our land from betrayers like pek mo… despite the fact you originated from semenanjung, you are needed to save us