Sarawak CM: We will do it our way

In outlining the various policies that the state government has planned for Sarawak in the next five years, Abang Johari pointed out that even with all the policies in place, political stability is important and above all.

The Sarawak government will develop the state based on a ‘Sarawak mould’ and will not entirely follow the policies set by the federal government, said Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg.

The chief minister reiterated that the Sarawak government will continue to pursue and get back the state’s eroded rights.

“I will share with you what we intend to do in the next five years up to 2025 and towards 2030, as we are all putting our efforts to make Sarawak as high-income economy by 2030.

“Sarawak is fortunate to have resources and the talents of its people. In the next five years under the12th Malaysia Plan, the state government is giving emphasis on four sectors,” he informed.


KUCHING: The Sarawak government will develop the state based on a ‘Sarawak mould’ and will not entirely follow the policies set by the federal government, said Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg.

In outlining the various policies that the state government has planned for Sarawak in the next five years, he pointed out that even with all the policies in place, political stability is important and above all.




“For us – the state government – we will develop Sarawak based on a ‘Sarawak mould’ or ‘acuan Sarawak’.

“That is why in the 12th Malaysia Plan, we don’t follow 100 per cent of Putrajaya’s policies. We have our own policies,” he said at the official launching of a book titled ‘Sarawak Time-Honoured Brand, An Everlasting Glory’ here on Friday night.

The chief minister reiterated that the Sarawak government will continue to pursue and get back the state’s eroded rights.

“It will give benefit to Sarawak’s private sector, where the public sector can inject investment.

“Once the economy is good, then the public sector can push back a bit and let the economy be run by the private sector,” he said.

He noted that the public and private sectors have to work together in order to work the country forward, and that there is need to adapt to changing environment in order to be competitive and have a place in the new marketplace.

“I will share with you what we intend to do in the next five years up to 2025 and towards 2030, as we are all putting our efforts to make Sarawak as high-income economy by 2030.

“Sarawak is fortunate to have resources and the talents of its people. In the next five years under the12th Malaysia Plan, the state government is giving emphasis on four sectors,” he informed.

These sectors are agriculture, tourism, talent development and strategic infrastructure.

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