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Saturday, November 29, 2014

MCA ticked off for ‘begging’ private sector

The accusations follow a call on Friday by Wee who urged the private sector to help provide scholarships and improve Chinese school facilities.
wee ka siongKUALA LUMPUR: The DAP Perak Economic Development Bureau has accused the ruling Barisan Nasional (BN) Government of failing to give fair allocations to Chinese schools.
A statement from the Bureau also accuses Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Wee Ka Siong of failing to monitor whether the Federal Government is doing its share for Chinese schools.
The accusations follow a call on Friday by Wee who urged the private sector to help provide scholarships and improve Chinese school facilities.
“This is proof of MCA’s total failure to fight for a fair allocation for Chinese schools,” said Bureau head Chong Zhemin in the statement. “Wee’s call proves that MCA has failed the Chinese community miserably.”
“MCA has also failed all Malaysians especially high flyers who hope that they will be granted scholarships for the hard work and effort put into years of studies.”
It is the government’s responsibility to improve school facilities and provide scholarships to Malaysians after collecting taxes, he added. “Is Wee trying to shirk MCA’s responsibilities within six months of re-joining the Cabinet?”
MCA has always argued that they need to rejoin the cabinet to fight for the rights of the Chinese community, noted Chong. “By shifting the responsibility to private firms, MCA has now gone back on its own words.”
Chong stressed that there would be no need for private firms to provide scholarships and help improve facilities at Chinese schools if the BN government allocated a fair share to them.
“To urge private firms to improve schools facilities is a ‘double taxation’ to the firms,” said Chong. “We have to be fair the private firms that support Malaysian education.”
“Malaysians will be more encouraged than ever to provide financial assistance to schools.”
Wee, also the Ayer Hitam MP, made the call on the sidelines of Mah Sing Foundation’s presentation of cheques to eight schools around Johor Baru.

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