Tuesday, April 14, 2009

MCA Retaliates Soon After MIC's Discontent

MCA firing away at Tan Sri Muhyiddin's statement on Sunday on why the Chinese voters went the other way.

Press Statement issued by MCA Spokesperson and Central Committee member Sdr. Lee Wei Kiat in taking exception to remarks by Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin on Bukit Gantang that “(sokongan kaum Cina) mencatatkan penurunan, macam tidak ada penghargaan terhadap apa yang kita lakukan (the drop in Chinese support is like as if there is no appreciation towards what we (BN) are doing)” as reported in Utusan Malaysia on 12 April 2009.

From grievances with vernacular education, Malay special privileges to award of contracts and "preferential" in the civil service and police force. Harping the tunes of opposition? Well, then we'd have to say, how about monopoly in businesses and market domination, discrimination in the private sector for mandarin-speaking candidates, opposition to streamlined education system, ignoring the social contract, side stepping power sharing concept, allowing seats to be held by MCA in malay-dominated areas, 18 years of non-progression for the malay community in Penang.

The blame game continues.

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