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Saturday, 28 March 2015

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State Reform Party (STAR) Sabah. 1,060 likes · 1 talking about this. Community

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Friday, 27 March 2015

NRD Playing Politics and Gambling With Sabahans’ Future - Dr. Jeffrey

Kota Kinabalu: “The National Registration Department (NRD) has no business deciding that the re-introduction of a Sabah IC would not be implemented. That right belongs to the Sabah government and with the numerous calls for the Sabah IC to be implemented and now receiving support from some of the Sabah BN components” said Datuk Dr. Jeffrey Kitingan, STAR Sabah Chief responding on the report that the NRD was not in favour of issuing a Sabah IC but recalling and re-issuing ICs issued for Sabahans.

The federal government should not use the NRD as it mouth-piece and play politics and gambling with the future of Sabahans. If the federal government is not in favour of the issuance of a Sabah IC, it should say so and deal with the wrath of the people in Sabah.



As it is, the NRD is already issuing 2.5 million i-Kad with biometric security features for foreign workers.



The federal government has also launched a uniform high-security identification card, which can be ready in 30 minutes, for all government staff in a move to check impersonation and forging of the identification documents of government employees in 2014.



“There is no plausible reason why a high tech, high-security Sabah IC cannot be issued to secure Sabah’s sovereignty and weed out fake ICs and MyKads” opined Dr. Jeffrey.



The NRD’s rejection of the Sabah IC only and only wish to reissue ICs issued in Sabah serves to confirm the people’s opinion and fear that the federal government do not wish to resolve the long outstanding illegal immigrants’ problems in Sabah.



If the NRD is tasked with re-issuing ICs issued in Sabah, it will only legitimize ICs that have been unlawfully issued to illegal immigrants. Their past records clearly show that the NRD cannot be trusted to deal with the illegal ICs in Sabah. The NRD has legal or moral authority to say “NO” to the Sabah IC or to re-issue IC under them which enables them to legitimize illegals and cover up past wrong-doings.



“It needs no reminder that RCI Report had established conclusively that many illegals have been given ICs not in accordance with the law and then and unlawfully entered into the electoral rolls. This was done to ensure Umno wins big in 32 of the 60 State seats and to ensure winning majorities in other BN-held seats as well as parliamentary seats to continue their hold on power in Putrajaya.



Everyone knows, which even Umno Sabah leaders acknowledge in private, that the Umno-led federal government had a hand in the issuance of dubious ICs and MyKads in Sabah with many Sabah Umno leaders leading the recruitment of these foreigners as Umno members.



These fake ICs and MyKads as acknowledged by the Sabah NRD Director himself that Keningau has the most fake cards with the problem also existing throughout all the districts in Sabah. It has even surfaced in the Peninsula with deadly effect involving criminal murders, security guards, Pakistani taxi drivers and links with Islamist terrorists.



A Sabah IC is only logical as every Sabahan is a Malaysian and not every Malaysian is a Sabahan and not entitled to residence or entry into Sabah as immigration powers remain with the Sabah government. The federal government can grant federal citizenship but has no legal authority to grant anyone Sabah citizenship which remains within the ambit of the Sabah government who can deny entry or residence beyond 90 days to any non-Sabahan Malaysian.



With the refusal by the federal government and NRD on the proposed Sabah IC, the legal and moral duty to protect and safeguard Sabah’s sovereignty and security and to safeguard the rights and interests of genuine Sabahans now rests with the Sabah government.



There is no restriction for the Sabah government to legally issue the Sabah IC and another ID for non-Sabahans resident in Sabah. This will prevent manipulation by the federal government from entering these foreigners into the electoral rolls.



“The Sabah IC and non-Sabahan Resident ID is the only way to ensure that the security and sovereignty of Sabah and the future of genuine Sabahans are genuinely protected” stressed Dr. Jeffrey.



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Sunday, 22 March 2015

Sabah Todays: STAR - State Reform Party

The legality of the Sarawak-based State Reform Party's (Star) much publicised expansion to Sabah last week was thrown into doubt Wednesday with the ...

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View jeffrey kitingan's professional profile on LinkedIn. LinkedIn is the world's largest business network, helping professionals like jeffrey kitingan discover ...

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Saturday, 21 March 2015

Sabah Todays: STAR - State Reform Party

The legality of the Sarawak-based State Reform Party's (Star) much publicised expansion to Sabah last week was thrown into doubt Wednesday with the ...

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Jeffrey: Unmanned border posts a threat - Malaysiakini

Star Sabah chief Jeffrey Kitingan is blaming the government for the rampant drug smuggling and criminal activities that have spread throughout archipelago as a result ...

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Friday, 20 March 2015

Jeffrey Kitingan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Datuk Dr. Jeffrey Gapari Kitingan is a politician from the state of Sabah in Malaysia. He was born in the town of Kota Marudu and graduated from Harvard University ...

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Tuesday, 17 March 2015

Jeffrey G Kitingan | Facebook

Jeffrey G Kitingan is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Jeffrey G Kitingan and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and...

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Max-imum effort pays off for Sabah hockey player - The Star Online








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Max-imum effort pays off for Sabah hockey player

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Winning the award is a big boost to my hockey career and also to my state Sabah,” said Maxhans, who is second among three brothers. “I'm thrilled to be the first player from East Malaysia to win the best player award. This will encourage more players ...







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Sunday, 15 March 2015

Four charged with sedition over Sabah, Sarawak separatist website - The Star Online









Four charged with sedition over Sabah, Sarawak separatist website

The Star Online

KOTA KINABALU: Four men were charged in the Sessions Court here Monday for possession of materials related to state rights in the federation. Activists Azrie Situ, 25, Jemmy Liku Markus Situ, 32, Erick Jack William, 29, and Joseph Kolis, 29, pleaded ...







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Prolonged dry spell hits northern Sabah districts - The Star Online









Prolonged dry spell hits northern Sabah districts

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KOTA KINABALU: A prolonged dry spell in Sabah with low river levels has prompted fears of water supply shortfall, especially in the drought-prone northern districts of Matunggong, Kudat and Pitas. Worried that the situation could worsen if the dry ...







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State Reform Party, Sarawak (STAR) | Facebook

State Reform Party, Sarawak (STAR). 1,374 likes · 5 talking about this. Follow the STAR:- the way to a better future for all

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Wednesday, 11 March 2015

Perdebatan Datuk Dr Jeffrey di DUN Sabah: Rahsia bn umno ...

Perdebatan Datuk Dr.Jeffrey di DUN Sabah telah membongkarkan kebenaran yang selama ini telah disembunyikan oleh bn-umno Sabah. Ketika Datuk Dr.Jeffrey ...

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Thursday, 5 March 2015

Joseph Pairin Kitingan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Tan Sri Datuk Seri Panglima Joseph Pairin Kitingan (born 17 August 1940), is a Malaysian politician and was the seventh Chief Minister of Sabah, a state in Malaysia.

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Wednesday, 4 March 2015

Jeffrey Kitingan (@JeffreyKitingan) | Twitter

The latest Tweets from Jeffrey Kitingan (@JeffreyKitingan)

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Tuesday, 3 March 2015

Star Sabah: Listen to state Umno call for autonomy - Malaysiakini (subscription)








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Star Sabah: Listen to state Umno call for autonomy

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Star Sabah: Listen to state Umno call for autonomy. 0. State Reform Party (Star Sabah) has called on Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak and Umno leaders in Putrajaya to sit up, listen and take cognisance of the “partial autonomy” call made by a Sabah ...







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Sabah shift focus to Premier League after Cup exit - The Star Online









Sabah shift focus to Premier League after Cup exit

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PETALING JAYA: Sabah will now mount a serious challenge in the Premier League after their early exit in the FA Cup. With one less tournament to play in, Sabah head coach Justin Ganai can now fully shift his team's focus on the second-tier title. “We ...







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Tuesday, 24 February 2015

Sabah, Sarawak 'infected' by religious tension, says Star ...

State Reform Party (Star) Sabah chairman Datuk Dr Jeffrey Kitingan calls for more leaders to come forward and 'wash off the bad politics' that is taking ...

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Sabah, Sarawak 'infected' by religious tension, says Star Sabah chairman - The Rakyat Post









Sabah, Sarawak 'infected' by religious tension, says Star Sabah chairman

The Rakyat Post

Declaring that there was no room for political parties that dealt the race and religious cards in Sabah, State Reform Party (Star) Sabah chairman Datuk Dr Jeffrey Kitingan said it was important to stop such “bad influence” from further engulfing the state.







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Monday, 23 February 2015

Sabah college student found dead in district office toilet - The Star Online









Sabah college student found dead in district office toilet

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KOTA KINABALU: A college student who was doing her internship at the Keningau district office has been found dead under mysterious circumstances. The student in her 20s, whose identity has yet to be revealed, was reported to have arrived at the office ...







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