Christian leaders in Kuching urge GPS to call off pact with PN

Christian leaders in Kuching urge GPS to call off pact with PN

16 days ago

PETALING JAYA: The heads of the Catholic and Anglican churches in Kuching have added to calls for Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) to pull out of its pact with Perikatan Nasional (PN) to form the next government.

“The majority of Sarawakians on the ground are opposed to this move,” Anglican Bishop of Kuching Danald Jute was quoted as saying in The Vibes.

“My position is (that) extremists cannot be allowed – let alone be encouraged and supported – to normalise their hatred of other races and people of other faiths.”

Read the full story

It's better on the Lumi News app

✅ It’s fast

✅ It’s easy to use

✅ It’s free

Start using Lumi

More articles in this stack
Agong advises GPS to consider formation of unity government
The Malaysian Reserve

The Malaysian Reserve

Agong advises GPS to consider formation of unity government

S’wak cops pull plug on peaceful protest against proposed GPS-PN alliance
The Borneo Post

The Borneo Post

S’wak cops pull plug on peaceful protest against proposed GPS-PN alliance

Claim 13 GPS MPs not backing Muhyiddin fake news, says Abd Karim
The Borneo Post

The Borneo Post

Claim 13 GPS MPs not backing Muhyiddin fake news, says Abd Karim

Trending right now

Loading...
lumi screenshot

Switch to Malaysia’s #1 news app 🔥

News from 50+ trusted media

🔔

Get notifications for breaking news

Available in ENG, BM, and Chinese

Read More