MCA:”Muhyddin Your Show”

Joey received an sms,’Is any political problem unsolvable..?” Read the article in Malaysiakini and in it the Prime Minister Najib has instructed/mandate given to his deputy Muhyddin  to tackle the issue and come up with a solution.” Wow! Goodness me! MCA can’t solved their own problems and it seems only interference and assistance from a Third party will see that this problem does not drag on. 

The full article from Malaysiakini:-  

Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin said he is giving himself one week to find a solution to the MCA leadership crisis.

He said a formula would be drawn up during that period to reach a consensus among the disputing party leaders.

He said a series of meetings had been held with several party leaders to discuss the crisis in greater detail.

bagan pinang by election nomination 031009 muhyiddin yasin“The task is not easy because it involves the interest of the party as well as that of the nation,” he told reporters.

He said he was given the mandate by Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak to tackle the problem by implementing pro-active measures as soon as possible to prevent the crisis from becoming worse.

“I’ve held a series of discussion, not with everyone, but certain individuals and I will continue with the discussion, if possible before the prime minister returns home (from abroad).

“At the same time, I’ll continue to accept suggestions from the Chinese community leaders who have also voiced their opinion and observation on the crisis,” he said.

The deputy premier’s remark comes five days ahead of the extraordinary general meeting (EGM) proposed by the faction aligned to vice-president Liow Tiong Lai.

Liow and his supporters have vowed to call off the EGM if the rival faction, headed by president Ong Tee Keat and his deputy Dr Chua Soi Lek, agree to holding fresh party elections next month.

Although conceding that a fresh elections is the best panacea for the impasse, Chua however wants the contest to be held next March while Ong has remained vague on this.

 

‘Win-win’ situation

Meanwhile, Muhyiddin said the crisis must be tackled in the best manner possible to arrive at a ‘win-win’ situation for everyone concerned.

Commenting on the measures to be taken, the Barisan Nasional deputy chairperson, said he had no intention of disclosing any condition or strategy until the settlement formula had been achieved.

“In the initial stage, we don’t want to set any condition. I feel the important thing is that they feel the measures that would be taken are aimed at resolving the problem and I feel, it has become a public secret, not a party secret any more. Everyone knows about it.

NONE“What is important is that at this stage, I will not set any condition. What is certain is that when it comes to a particular stage, there is an agreement in principle. So, we want them to uphold the decision with the objective of reaching a settlement,” he said.

He said the matter would not be announced to the public, including the media for as long as the objective had not be achieved.

“At this stage, it’s okay because it is still at the initial stage but subsequent measures would be disclosed when everyone have reached a consensus on what needs to be done,” he said.

Asked on Najib’s suggestion that a fresh election be held by the MCA to resolve the conflict. Muhyiddin said that was the view of the prime minister which he was working on.

“I was instructed to adopt this approach, but I will find a way of getting the consensus of the MCA leaders.

“Time is rather limited and the faster the better, because if the conflict drags for several more months, the situation will become worse and will affect MCA and the BN itself,” he said

6 thoughts on “MCA:”Muhyddin Your Show”

  1. Boh Kee Eng says:

    Botak Chin of Kuala Lumpur robbed less than 12.5 million ringgit from the people of Malaysia during his life of crime.He was hanged to death in Pudu Jail.
    Tiong King Sing robbed 12.5 billion ringgit from the people of Malaysia during his life of crime.Why was he not hanged to death in Pudu Jail ???.It is because he is protected by politicians using various laws to his advantage.In China today he would be shot with a bullet at the back of his ear.
    If you visit the jails of Malaysia today you will find many single mothers serving time there.Many are jailed for the small crime of stealing a pack of milk powder from the supermarkets.They have small children and babies at home.Many of these woman are Muslim poor neglected by their politicians.

  2. Boh Kee Eng says:

    I served the people of Malaysia as a education specialist for more than 30 years of my life.Every morning I have more than three thousand young people pledging their loyalty to the King and country by singing Negara Ku.
    After that I would go to the back stage and cry my heart out.I need that all the young people would be fed into the White Manded Lion’s mouth of Corruption.If they want to go anywhere in life in Sarawak they need to be highly corrupted in all their affairs.Chris Chun is a fine example of a young man who made corruption his lifestyle.He made billions of ringgit.Ting Pek Khing was ajust a Bintangor orange farmer.Tiong King Sing was just a small in and out of police station everyday hooligan.They all succeed to make ther fortune through corruption.Sibu is a town full of churches.In operation Kenyalang they caught more than 20,000 gangsters.They all stated their religion as Christianity.Many of them even prayed to God when theey entered the gates of Simpang Renggam.

  3. yao siew lian says:

    Our motherland Malaysia is a rich country.We have plenty of natural resources.We have a highly educated and hard working work force.But a large portion of our population remains dirt poor.I have served as a government health worker for more than 30 years.I have traveled to all the interiors of Sarawak.The natives there are dirt poor.They do not have enough food,medicine,clothes over their back and shoes on their feet.Many of them die young.The Penans,Kayans,Kenyahs and majority of Orang Ulus have nothing in their pockets except a sad tearful look in their eyes.
    On the other hand Taib Mahmud rapped the country of all its money.He built mega structures that is only good for his own pockets.All the Barisan Nastional ADUNS are Taib Mahmuds’s lap dogs.The sit in the Dewan Negeri with tongues hanging out of their mouths.They are waiting for money to be thrown to them by their Grand Master the White Hair.Then they would quickly pick it up and put it in their pockets.When ever a bill is tabled all of them will waggy, waggy their tails in unison.They will approved everything Taib Mahmud says or do or implements.
    I know most of the ADUNS before they were elected and many of them are poor.But within one term as ADUNs they will be multi millionarie with many beautiful houses.That is the shortest way to richness.

  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.

  5. Francis Jew says:

    Along is a multi million business in Sarawak.
    For multi million business you need multi millionaries.Sibu is a small place and everybody knows who are the bosses behind the Alongs.Only the police don’t know the bosses.When the small Alongs are brought in the police station did the investigating officers ask ” Who is your big boss? “.It is not necessary for the police to ask.The big boss is already at the police station waiting to bring his men out.It gives his bad men fighting spirit.
    Tough to wipe out loan sharks
    By Adrian Lim

    People skeptical of govt’s ability to completely eliminate ‘Ah Longs’ altogether

    KUCHING: The people here do not believe that the government can completely wipe out loan sharks or ‘Ah Longs’.

    For example, a chef who only wanted to be identified as Alan said he believed that loan-sharking could be contained but tough to eliminate altogether as they have big influences.

    “It is very hard to get rid of them completely because they are very organised and they work in groups.

    “However, their extreme behaviour towards loan defaulters can be controlled.

    “They have their own runners and even if their members are caught, their leaders are still at large,” he said when interviewed by The Borneo Post yesterday.

    He said it was a good move by the government to act against extreme violent Ah Longs to ensure the security of borrowers.

    In a newspaper report that was published yesterday, Minister of Home Affairs Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein said the government would wage an all-out war to wipe out the menace of loan sharks since they are known to be involved in drug trafficking, prostitution, gangsterism and other illegal activities.

    Lennon Jiming, 45, a security guard said loan defaulters were the ones to blame. They should not borrow money from Ah Longs if they can’t repay their loans on time.

    “If loan defaulters don’t cause any big problems, then Ah Longs won’t look for them and use violence against them.

    “Ah Longs are in the business of making money and if they don’t create any trouble, there won’t be any problem,” he said. He said those who borrow money from Ah Longs should bear the risk and be responsibility for their own actions.

    Kamsiah Taham, 28, a sales promoter said the issue is not simple as Ah Longs have far-reaching influences.

    “It is very tough to wrest down all of them as they operate in a big circle.

    “They use violence only against loan defaulters.

    “If borrowers pay on time, it will not cause any big problem.

    ” Ah Longs only aim at those who did not honour their agreements,” said Kamsiah.

    Johari Taham, 18, a salesman also agreed with Kamsiah’s comment.

    He added that Ah Long are just trying to recoup the money that they lend to people.

    “Ah Longs have wide networks and it takes time to hunt them as some of them are also debt collectors.

    “If loan sharks committed an offence, they should be caught and dealt with according to the law,” he said.

  6. Yao Siew Lian says:

    Cawat politicians are not capable of cheating the people of 12.5 billion ringgit.Cawat people are good in hunting birds with the blowpipe,catching prawns in small dugout fishing boats with hooks and hand made nets. They collect jungle products like rattan and belian ferns with the parang.They practice shifting cultivation and they catch wild boars with the help of dogs from the jungle.They are not capable of going out to the deep sea for catching big quantities of big fishes in a big trawler and or involve in running major con man enterprises.They simply do not have the means and capability of doing such a big and complicated task.
    Look at the following cawat politicians..
    Penghulu Tawi Sli had the position of Chief Minister of Sarawak.When he left he had nothing more than an extra piece of cawat cloth.Leo Moggie had a the position of Federal Minister.When he left he had nothing more than an extra set of golf sticks which is not uscable in the longhouse. Look at Patai Rubis the former Heatln Director and my former boss.When he left he had nothing more than a shaved botak head.Idris Jala has the position of CEO of MAS.When he left he had nothing more than a Datuk title which has no monetary value in his longhouse.Look at Mawan fighting hard for his rights.When he left he will have nothing more than a sack of white bawang from China as a parting gift from china man Tiong King Sing.I never believe that Stephen Abok is capable of cheating 12.5 billion from PKFZ.He simply do not have the means and capability of doing such a big and complicated task.
    I a West Malaysian who have served in Sarawak for 30 years.I am asking all Sarawakian Foochows ” Lakian A pen he lay ching f Mah? Then nen A seng sing “.In English it means ” Can a jungle man cheat so much money? Who will ever believe ? ”
    Yes,Yes,Yes who will trust him in the first place,,

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