MCA Crisis…Car Boots to Ballot Boxes

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Joey of audie61 said a lot of the main stream media are covering the MACC probe on Ong Tee Keat but the one that catches the eye today is the MCA duel of EGM between Ong vs Chua.

Ong said,”“Delegates can make a stance on whether or not they support the resolutions at the ballot box. And since their vote is a secret, nobody will know about their stance.”

However a political watcher said,”If Ong is so confident on the wisdom of MCA delegates he will not consider to Pre-Empt any moves.Just goes to show that he is truly worried as his inpenetrable fortress is being breached ”

What goes on BEHIND the scenes

especially with the VOTES is not for us

to know..

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4 thoughts on “MCA Crisis…Car Boots to Ballot Boxes

  1. yau siiew lian says:

    He started off as a small hooligan in Sibu,
    Extorting coins from school boys,
    Now he has tens of billions of ringgit hidden in Taiwan,
    How can he be the loser???,
    He just enjoyed playing ping pong games with the authority.
    He stayed back in Sarawak because of his philosophy,
    ” Par See Mor Chow ” in Foochow,
    ie I will not run even if you beat me to death.
    The is most respected in ‘Kar Liew Yang ” lifestyle
    ie Somebody who has come to play and live on the wrong side of the law. And beating the game of all law enforcement bodies.By corruption of course.
    If you do not believe me ask his Personal Assistant and lawyer of many years Ms Lau.
    She just set up a private office to defend the 500 million defamation suit by Ong Tee Kiat.

  2. yao siew lian says:

    Liow Tiong Lai is a man who JUAL his bosses at the wink of an eye.
    That is his character,
    Now he is the Minister of Health,
    Is there not a possibilty that he will sell the whole health service quietly ?????
    Just like the PKFZ scandal.
    The whole project was assigned to Ali Baba and the forty thieves.All the cries and crocodile tears won’t bring the money back again.
    The taxpayer loses 12.5 billion ringgit.
    If anybody talks too much,
    He will be locked up under Official Secrets Act.
    And ISA too..The Crime? It is having a BIG mouth.

  3. Boh Kee Eng says:

    Wht is ISA or Internal Security Act ?? ?
    I have a happy family.We have two working parents and 4 children.We have savings of more than 1.25 million ringgit from our salaries and acquired properties.
    If some people said that we are bad people we will get angry.We can scold him and ask our lawyers to summon him to court.It will not affect the security and future of our family.
    But if someone robbed us of all our savings of 1.25 million our future and security would be gone.In this case we have to ask the police to arrest him.We will put all our resources against him.Our future is at stake and we have to attack back for survial.
    In Malaysia the ISA is used wrongly.Teresa Kok was taken in by ISA for talking about racial tolerance.Tiong King King with 12.5 billion of the people’s money in his pocket is laughing everyday.Eric Chia of Perwaja laughed everyday in court..

    I just want to ask the Home Minister ??
    Will robbing ther akyat of 12.5 billion affect the security of the country??/
    When poor people have no food they will,be forced to rob others.The snatch bag thieves have killed so many innocent woman.The police have shot dead many small thieves.Why don’t they shoot the big thieves???

  4. boh kee eng says:

    In a bank robbery the robbers do not leave their names and NRIC.They do not sign an payment vouchers.Thus we may not know their identities.
    When the government is robbed of billions of dollars their should be names,NRIC and signed paper trails.All the government departments are glove in hand with the thieves.Otherwise they won’t release billions of ringgit without reason.Ah.White Hair has given his blessings to these thieves..
    Sunday November 29, 2009
    Billions siphoned – Sarawak govt steps in
    By STEPHEN THEN

    MIRI: The Sarawak Cabinet has ordered an internal investigation into claims made by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) that up to 60% of government allocations — running into billions of ringgit — meant for vital infrastructure projects between 2002 and 2008 have been misappropriated.

    MACC investigations showed that only 40% of the money set aside by the Government were spent on the projects. The remaining 60% were said to have been “leaked elsewhere.”

    Deputy Chief Minister Tan Sri Dr George Chan Hong Nam said yesterday the state government’s internal audit department would carry out a detailed probe into the allegations.

    “The state government is investigating. We also want the MACC to give us a full and detailed briefing on these claims. We (state government) view these claims very seriously and if such abuse of government funds had taken place, we must find out who was responsible and take appropriate action against them.

    “This is government money that comes from taxpayers. If indeed funds from the Government meant for projects for the rakyat and the poor had been misappropriated, the state government wants action taken,” he said yesterday.

    He was commenting on a statement by MACC deputy commissioner Datuk Zakaria Jaffar that the MACC had uncovered cases in Sarawak where up to 60% of government allocations had been “diverted’’ away from the projects.

    Zakaria had said this in Kuching during an anti-corruption seminar a few days ago. He claimed that the misappropriation of funds took place between 2002 and last year, adding that MACC investigations showed that only 40% of the money allocated by the Government were spent on the projects.

    He, however, did not disclose what the projects were or which part of Sarawak the projects were being carried out.

    He noted that the projects involved infrastructure constructions for roads, housing schemes and mosques, among other things.

    Zakaria said MACC investigations found that many of these projects were poorly-implemented while some had not even begun despite the fact that the Government had already channelled the money for them.

    “The MACC found that there were fake claims made by officials and contractors involved in these projects,’’ Zakaria said.

    Dr Chan, who is State Industrial Development Minister and State Minister for Agriculture Modernisation, said yesterday that the state government had always been very strict with how allocations from the Federal Government are used.

    He said the Sarawak Cabinet had always been transparent with taxpayers’ money.

    “I am happy that the MACC had exposed the issue. If they are doing their job properly, we are thankful because this is for the good of the rakyat,’’ he said.

    State Housing Minister Datuk Amar Abang Johari Openg wants the MACC to give him more details about the housing projects said to be affected by the misappropriation of government funds.

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