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Monday, September 30, 2013

EGM sought to censure Liow, reverse 'no gov't post' rule


Twenty MCA central committee members of party president Dr Chua Soi Lek’s faction today urged the party to convene an extraordinary general meeting (EGM) to censure the deputy president Liow Tiong Lai and to revoke the party’s decision to shun all government posts.

NONEThe requisition letter was submitted to the party’s chief administrative director Lim Chin Hai by four requisitionists representing the group - organising secretary Tan Chin Meng, deputy treasurer-general Edward Khoo Keok Hai and central committee members Edward Khoo Keok Hai and Ei Kim Hock.

They are requesting that the central delegates, who will attend the proposed EGM, to consider its resolution of censuring Liow on the following grounds:
  • For his refusal to accept and respect the collective decision of the presidential council and central committee in which he participated, e.g. disciplinary cases etc;
  • For failing in his duty as the general election preparation committee chairperson to carry out all necessary preparations, implementing an effective strategy and good media relations hence causing to the massive losses faced by MCA in the general election;
  • His actions resulting in the party’s image being tarnished and provoked infighting among party members after the general election.
They also want the delegates at the EGM to consider the following three resolutions:
  • To revoke the party resolution passed at the AGM of 2011 and 2012 in order to enable members to accept ministerial, deputy ministerial or any other cabinet posts;
  • That party members shall accept appointments as senators or any other positions in government, e.g. hospital board members and in government-linked companies;
  • That party members shall accept appointments at the state-level, such as state exco, council members, village heads and any other state government posts as deemed essential for the party.
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