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Saturday, April 5, 2008

MCA accepts good polices of Pakatan Rakyat state governments

The Sun

Pauline Puah

GENTING (April 4, 2008): MCA will accept any good policies which benefit the people with an open heart,said its president Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting today.

“We should be doing anything that are good for the people. All political parties have to servie the people,” he said when met after the opening of the late Tan Sri Dr Lim Goh Tong
Memorial Hall here.

Ong was asked to response to the new policies which have been announced by the Pakatan Rakyat state governments.

Pakatan Rakyat comprises PKR, DAP and PAS, wrested the administration of Kelantan, Kedah, Penang, Selangor and Perak in the just-concluded general election.

Ong said the party is watching closely all the policies which would be implemented by the Pakatan Rakyat state governments.

“We hope they will realise whatever policies that thay have announced. If they can realise it, we compliment them. Otherwise, they should be more careful when making statements. They should only say things which are possible to realise,” he said.

“(I hope) they will fulfil whatever they have said. Otherwise the people will also judge them in the future.”

Ong declined to comment on MCA veteran leader Tan Sri Dr Ting Chew Peh’s statement that the party should be ashamed that it had not been able to resolve the permanent land titles problem which the Perak state government could resolve it only after three weeks in power.

“I respect his views. I don’t think we have to response to every single comment,”he said.

On Wednesday, Perak state government had announced that the permanent land titles would be issued to all planned villages and new villages in the state.

MCA had been criticised that it only be able to obtain temporary land titles for the new villages which residents are predominantly Chinese.

Ong also urged the party members to contribute to the party and the Chinese community.

“All the party members should not be disappointed (with the election results). We have a lot of things that have to be done within the party,” he said, adding that he was collecting feedback from the party members about MCA’s setback in the election.

“The people’s wish must be given serious consideration. We are open to criticism,”he added.

Asked to comment on MCA vice president Datuk Donald Lim Siang Chai’s statement that the government should release the five Hindu Right Action Force (Hindraf) leaders, Ong said: “All MCA leaders entitled to their personal views.”

Earlier, Ong also witnessed the presentation of cheque of a donation of RM9.5million to medical and educational institutions and charity homes in conjunction with the opening of the Memorial Hall.

Other present at the ceremony were Genting Group chairman and chief executive Tan Sri Lim Kok Thay,Local Government and Housing Minister Datuk Ong Ka Chuan and Health Minister Datuk Liow Tiong Lai.


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