SIBU, May 28 (Bernama) -- Former assistant minister Larry Sng Wei Shien was
today elected Sarawak Wokers'' Party (SWP) president at its inaugral annual
general meeting here.
SWP is the latest local based opposition party in the state.
Its prime mover is Larry''s father, Datuk Sng Chee Hua, who is former deputy
president of the Parti Rakyat Sarawak (PRS) and former Pelagus state assemblyman
and Julau member of parliament.
Pelagus state assemblyman George Lagong, who won as an independent in the
last state election, and who recently joined the party, was also elected the
party''s deputy president.
Its two senior vice-presidents are Josephine Randan Mawat, and William Gani
Bina who is also Sarawak Teacher''s Union president.
The party has two other vice-presidents and 14 supreme council members who
include part-time lecturer Ellison Ludan and former senior police officer
Jonathan Jalin who are tipped to be its candidates for Kanowit and Lubok Antu,
respectively, against PRS'' Datuk Aaron Dagang and William Nyalau.
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