Friday, May 27, 2011

MCA sticks to its 'no govt posts' call if party performs poorly in polls

KUALA LUMPUR: The MCA will stick to its 'no government posts at all levels' call, if the party performs poorly in the next general election, said president Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek.
He said some quarters in the Chinese community had expressed their worries that they would have nowhere to go for help if MCA was not in the Government.
"We are not so fickle-minded.
"MCA has the integrity, courage and political morality to keep its words.
"If you still need us in the Government, you have to support us," he told a press conference here Thursday after a dialogue session with Chinese guilds and associations.
Dr Chua, backed by the party's presidential council, had recently called for MCA to give up government posts if the Chinese community did not support its candidates in the general election.

tunku : we hope mca will stick to it's call and show that they have it is for mca to show their worth in BN.let us wait and see what mca will do.enough of backstabbing all these while.


Anonymous said...

MCA knew very well that their community will not support them unless they become DAP.

Anonymous said...

Make sure ALL their pledges, promises and oaths are videotaped and uploaded to youtube

as evidence and as propaganda to all chinese

as a challenge to dap