State elected representatives (ADUN) in Sarawak have been given an annual allocation of RM5million development budget said Chief Minister Datuk Amar Abang Johari.
“If projects are still not done, the YBs will be replaced.
“We have given you the money, it is your fault if the projects are not done.
“If you’re not creative, we change you.
“We no longer have to wait for allocation from Putrajaya to develop Sarawak, we have our own allocations,” he said at the National Transformation 2050 (TN50) dialogue at DeTAR Putra Hall of Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (Unimas) here yesterday.
He also reminded elected representatives they must focus on serving the people and told them to quit politics if they want to be in business.
“You cannot have dual (vested) interest. I’ve been in politics for 35 years and a YB since 1981 because I am sincere.
Abang Johari, however, didn’t elaborate if the RM5 annual budget also made available to opposition-held constituency such as Tanjong Batu in Bintulu.