"Yes, I excited yet a bit anxious for the DUN sitting session..given the chance tell the government of the people's problem and seeking sulotion to solve the problems," said Hasidah, who is also the political secretary to the Chief Minister Pehin Seri Haji Abdul Taib Mahmud to UnReportedNews™® when met at the venue.
When asked on the main issues that she would brought up during this DUN session, Hasidah revealed that most the the issues whe wanted to table during this session were development, socio-economy and community related matters.
"Please just wait unti the time I will table my questions then you would know," she said when asked to elobarate on her question.
Meanwhile, Demak Laut State Assenbllyman Hazland Abang Hipni said that as a member to the Sarawak Barisan Nasional (BN) Back-Benchers Club (BBC) its an honour and previledge to raise-up some certain issues during the DUN session.
Revealing that he himself will raise an issue or two at the DUN sitting later, Hazland said that he and the other Sarawak BN BBC members are well-prepare for any "attacks" from the opposition on any rasied issues.
"We have to prepare ourselves to debate on any of the issues that might be used by the oppsition especially with the General Election just right," pointed Hazland.
Sadong Jaya State Assemblyman Aidel Lariwoo meanwhile, told reporters that in this particular DUN sitting, he would tabled out 10 questions where most of them on developement however, his priority will be on the internet services.
"I would give my priority on the internet via wi-fi and broadband in his constituency as presently the internet services only covers about 10 to 15 per cent in my area and hope that the relevant agencies or department will look into this matter urgently.
When asked what does he expects from the opposition from his point of view as a member of the Sarawak BN BBC, he said that they expect the opposition will bring-up the "recycled and old" issues such environmental and land-related matters that they had been bringing up so many times already.
"The opposition however, they seldom bring the issues related to their own respective constituencies although they should as they are representative to the people in their areas," he said at the same venue, adding that they (the opposition) merely make "personal attacks" as if that they lack or desperate of relevant issues just to make themselves "popular".
Jepak State Assemblyman Datuk Talib Zulpilip revealed that the government is really concern on the NCR land issues and hopes to solve the matter as soon as possible.
"The government believed that the unsolved of NCR land-related issues would create dissatisfied feeling among land owners as they unable to maximize the use of their land," said Talib who is also the Assistant Minister of Tourism.
He was interviewed by reporters after the official opening of the the First Meeting of the Second Term of the 17th State Assembly Hall Sitting ceremony yesterday morning.
Elaborating that the Land and Survey Department (LSD) had also put their effort as well as doing their job to solve the NCR land issues, Talib however, stressed that local cooperation also needed to work together with respective agency to solve the problem.