MCA No. 2 hopeful accuses rivals of courting Pakatan

Khoo Gek San

MCA deputy presidential hopeful Mah Hang Soon says it's wrong for the Chinese-based party to abandon its long-term allies. – Facebbook pic, October 31, 2018.

MCA’s separatist team is keen to leave Barisan Nasional to pave the way for the ethnic Chinese party to join the Pakatan Harapan ruling coalition, said deputy presidential hopeful Mah Hang Soon.

In the coming party elections, presidential hopeful Gan Ping Sieu and his running mate Tee Siew Keong are looking to pull the party out of BN, while the pairing of current deputy president Wee Ka Siong and Mah are proposing that the pre-independence party sticks to the former ruling coalition.

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  • Oh well, the comedians have been let out of the bag. Sit back, relax, bring over your popcorn, and enjoy the clowns dancing for attention...

    Posted 4 years ago by Rock Hensem

  • More head-in-the-sand remarks from these guys! And repeating the same mantras that stopped working long ago!

    Posted 4 years ago by KM Ker

  • Why should Tun take MCA seriously? Why did MCA do for the people when they have "full leverage" as the second biggest component party within the ruling party for 61 years? Indeed, MCA has perfected the art of silence.

    Posted 4 years ago by Roger 5201