August 15, 2017

0 DAP Is Just "Destructive Action-less Party", Say Dr Wee

MCA Deputy President DS Dr Wee Ka Siong has labelled DAP as a "Destructive Action-less Party" for always harping on issues and finding fault in whatever the Government does. Dr Wee said that the party did not do much in its own constituencies.

Dr Wee said DAP’s Kulai MP Teo Nie Ching had repeatedly complained about the lack of Chinese schools in Serdang when she was the MP then. Dr Wee blasted Nie Ching for even sang about it on stage during an event but what good would that do? He said that if you keep complaining and harping about it, will you get a new school the next day?

Dr Wee told that back then, when he was still the Deputy Education Minister and he managed to get a Chinese school approved but she is no longer the MP for Serdang. For the record, there has been an increasing number of Chinese vernacular schools during the past two decades. Between 1999 and 2016, 17 new Chinese schools had been approved, of which 16 were now in operation. 

Between 1999 and September 2016, MCA had facilitated the building and relocation of 104 schools. The party is also working to build and relocate eight schools which are waiting for the Prime Minister’s approval. Since 2008, Prime Minister DS Najib Tun Razak had approved more than RM500 million for vernacular schools.

Dr Wee said that, for the past few decades, DAP has been scolding MCA for not fighting for the Chinese community but did its secretary-general Lim Guan Eng walk the talk as Penang Chief Minister? Also for the record, Selangor and Penang were among the states which received most Chinese support. We should questioned why the Pakatan-led governments were not willing to work together to build more Chinese schools. Johor had allocated more than 20 pieces of land for schools and had given fullest cooperation in expediting our applications. 

Earlier, Dr Wee described the Opposition’s confidence of clinching several seats in Johor, such as Tanjung Piai and Ayer Hitam, in the next general election as mere "daydreaming". Referring to Johor DAP chairman Liew Chin Tong’s statement that there would be a "Malay tsunami", Dr Wee said he had meant to say that there would be a split in votes among the Malays, leaving the Chinese to become the kingmaker.



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