Friday, March 5

PBB Supreme Executive Council 2010-2013

PBB Supreme Executive Council 2010-2013

President - Abdul Taib Mahmud
Deputy President 1 - Alfred Jabu Numpang
Deputy President 11 - Abang Johari Tun Openg
Senior Vice-President 1 - Awang Tengah Ali Hassan
Senior Vice-President 11 - Douglas Uggah Embas
Vice-Presidents - Dr. Muhd Leo Toyad
- Michael Manyin Jawong
- Abdul Wahab Aziz
- Lihan Jok
- Empiang Jabu
- Fadillah Yusof

Supreme Executive Council Members (Bumiputra) – contested

- Talib Zulpilip
- Julaihi Narawi
- Aidan Wing
- Dr. Abdul Rahman Ismail
- Mohamad Ali Mahmud
- Idris Buang
- Murni Suhaili
- Abdul Karim Hamzah
- Dr. Abang Rauf Abang Zen
- Ahmad Lai Bujang
- Dr. Wahbi Junaidi

Supreme Executive Council Members (Pesaka) – uncontested

- Gramong Juna
- James Dawos Mamit
- Roland Sagah Wee Inn
- Frederick Bayoi Manggie
- Henry Sum Agung
- Alexander Nanta Linggi
- Benedick Bujang Tembak
- Watson Bangau
- Mujah Lihan

Looking at the list of PBB Supreme Executive Council members, I am attracted to the Pesaka list of members. It appears to me that since 1973 when Pesaka merged with Bumiputra to become Parti Pesaka Bumiputra Bersatu (PBB), there has never ever been any election to this wing. (Tell me if I am wrong).

The non-contest in the Pesaka wing for the year 2010 to 2013 is a big contrast with the Bumiputra wing where there were contests for the 11 supreme council posts. And the most qualified people with the best brains have being elected.

For the Pesaka wing, members were appointed and more often than not cronies and family members are appointed as members of the supreme council to represent the Dayaks in the party. Many are mediocre. And how can Pesaka progress?

Why were there no contests? Is the Pesaka leadership scared of new faces? Or are there not enough qualified people to be members? These questions beg some answers. – The Broken Shield

Source: www.thebrokenshield.blogspot.com

8 comments:

Banting said...

From the line-up, Empiang Jabu is the sole woman in PBB supreme council.

Secondly, for PESAKA wing all seats were not contested, sign of maturity and devotion of members to their Dayak leaderships in PBB. That is the beauty of the party excluding non-bumiputera in its memberships, even though the Malays/Melanau outnumbered the Dayaks.

Anonymous said...

Jabu dan Empiang bagi malu, hina orang Dayak!

Jadi kutu Taib!!!

Iban Pantu said...

Encik Anonymous March 5 2010 3.52 PM,

Apa yang dikatakan oleh Jabu dan Empiang? Orang Dayak berdiam diri walaupun dihina oleh mereka?

antu said...

wat da <****> with PESAKA. We never n ever reconized the party.

Sarawak King Liar said...

Dr Muhd Leo Michael Toyad, can you notice that Mohammed is been added. He is a muslim after been converted from catholic. So guess what he is ready for.

Anonymous said...

Javoo is a stumbling block for modern Dayak! Kuno!

Iban Pantu said...

Encik Anonymous March 7, 2010 4.19 PM,

Susah hendak percayakan cakap orang, pok. Kalau hendak ambil contoh dari cakap MACC yang mengakatan 60 peratus wang kerajaan pusat untuk Sarawak telah disalahgunakan, mungkin apa yang dikatakan oleh kita itu benar.

Di dunia pinjaman ini, manusia mengejar kekayaan dan pangkat, bukan hendak menolong rakyat. Ada diantara pemimpin yang sudah hendak mampus pun tidak mahu berganjak.

Jamal Jarjis said...

A simple analysis of PBB Supreme Council Members:

There are 20 Supreme Council Members - 11 Bumiputera and 9 Pesaka which represents

55% Bumiputera
45% Pesaka

Pesaka appears destined to play "second fiddle" in decision-making, not an equal partner. Furthermore, the Pesaka Wing had to be shared between Dayak Groupings (Iban, Bidayuh and Orang Ulu)

If we look at the population (Malays, Melanaus, Chinese and Dayaks), there appears to indicate the "lope-sidedness" in the representation. In PBB who rules then?

Its makes sense to "allow" PRS (Iban President), SPDP (Iban) and PBB (Iban Dy Pr. 1) to "cushion" the "number game" to enable "minority rule". These Dayak-based parties continue to be "sub-servient" to a "bigger" entity - PBB.

Have many pleasant and blessed days ahead - play "second fiddle" and be "subservient" in politic when the "number games" is used as strategic action plan.

Jamal Jarjis