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Sunday, November 23, 2008

Prelude of MCA Internal Conflict episod 4 马华 . 笼里鸡 前奏4

23rd November Malaysiaparty 's [NOW] News of Week malaysiakini to list this
(picked from themalaysianinsider.com) :

A sidelined Soi Lek says he will be unofficial ‘ombudsman'
By Leslie Lau
Consultant Editor

KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 12 – MCA deputy president Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek says he will make full use of the “limited space” given to him by his party president and act as an informal ombudsman to check on the implementation of government policy.

He told The Malaysian Insider today that he would be reaching out to Malaysians who feel they have been unfairly treated due to any deviation in the implementation of government policies.

Dr Chua was sidelined from any significant leadership position yesterday when MCA president Datuk Ong Tee Keat announced key office bearers following party elections a few weeks ago.

The only responsibility given to Dr Chua was that of head of the party’s government policy monitoring bureau, which he is hoping to turn into an unofficial government “ombudsman’s office.”

Ong, who had been at loggerheads with Dr Chua during the election campaign, appointed to key positions, a slew of relative unknowns who are known to be close to former deputy president Datuk Chan Kong Choy.

These appointments appear calculated to cut off the influence of former president Datuk Ong Ka Ting, and to ensure the new president’s close allies help him stamp his authority on the party.

The move is also seen as an attempt to shore up his own strength and position in the party, and belies the challenges ahead for the party in closing ranks.

MCA continues to be split and this can be seen through Ong’s appointment of himself as Johor party chief instead of Dr Chua, who is from Johor, and the deputy president’s reaction so far.

Said Dr Chua today: “His appointments reflect his leadership as it remains to be seen as to whether he is committed to closing ranks, or shoring up his own strength.”

“I apologise to central delegates if I cannot function properly. It will not be because I do not want to work for the party but because of the limited space.”

The MCA deputy president also told The Malaysian Insider his views on race relations and the challenges MCA faces in regaining lost support from the Chinese community in particular.

He said that for race relations to improve, all political parties, including the MCA, should not champion causes which are ethno-centric.

Instead, political parties should be issues-centric, and speak out on causes which affect all Malaysians.

“Chinese parties cannot confine themselves to everything Chinese. We should champion causes related to corruption, abuse of power and all other issues relevant to all Malaysians.

“In issues related to language and religion there is also no need to use emotive language like ‘over my dead body’,” he said.

Dr Chua said that much as eveyone hoped for change towards real multi-racial parties, one must still be practical.

He said that in order for MCA to regain the trust and support of its former supporters it would first have to close ranks.

“Everyone is watching the president’s appointments to see if it reflects any closing of ranks. I will leave it for the members to judge for themselves.”
(above picked from http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/index.php/malaysia/12268-a-sidelined-soi-lek-says-he-will-be-unofficial-ombudsman)


11月17日 党讯精選
(转摘自《当今大马》 Malaysiakini ) : http://malaysiakini.com/news/93028

11月13日 傍晚5点55分











Below part NOT from Malaysia
(Definately the Friday meeting would be "furnished" with the "hit" of the sex-tape ! And hold without conclusion - claimed "to have more observation first" basis !

And then on Sunday 23rd Nov the TV will broadcast a reflecting story about "datuk"ship 's sex tape; then the hit will "warming-up" again and NO title (or Minister post) being awarded due to "public pressure" ! ~however this is just a thought~ it might or might not happen !)
NOT from Malaysiakini





(part of the above picked from http://malaysiakini.com/news/93028)

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