3rd force taken an advantage in EGM
Ong Tee Keat, current MCA president and Transport Ministry
Dr Chua Soi Lek
Liow Tiong Lai, MCA vice-president and Health Minister
What a dramatic results delivered in MCA's EGM on Saturday,neither Ong Tee Keat nor Dr.Chua Soi Lek won the heart of many of MCA members.
The 3 resolutions out of 5 before 2 being dropped out were:
1] The members have no confidence in the leadership of Ong Tee Keat
Adopt : 1155 Reject:1141
2]Accepting the recommendation of disciplinary board to not expel or suspend Dr Chua
Adopt : 1204 Reject: 1095
3]Reinstate Dr Chua as MCA deputy president
The shocked decision in my opinion came from 3rd force try to manipulate the situation which is the best from them, and looks like Liow Tiong Lai (most bottom photos), the candidate that all people talked about at the moment to take the presidential seat if the fresh election happen soon.
Many retired MCA or even top post members in MCA i believe are scared that any of their wrongdoings could be revealed by Ong Tee Keat if he still held in his helm.
Ironically, he is the president of MCA from fair and just fresh election one year ago, and now they are trying to topple this integrity man.
The big fiasco of PKFZ unearth by Ong himself surely makes all defaulters could not sit tightly and i think they are almost there since to topple Ong Tee Keat need two third from delegates votes, but sooner or later the fresh election is going to their way.
I could understand of rejecting Chua Soi Lek from reinstating him as deputy president and let him alone as members clearly indicates to him and any other tainted ministers not just in MCA but still serving in our country that we do not want them in our community.
But, whatever happens now, to me,MCA need to resolve it quicky the dramatic results here if they would like to succeed in the next general election.
They are the biggest Chinese-based party and if they failed now, it could be severe loss not to Chinese but for the coalition part,Barisan Nasional as well that may hamper their chance to win big in the next general election.