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Sunday August 19, 2007
Two leaders discussed Wee Meng Chee's songs issue
MALACCA: MCA Youth chief Datuk Liow Tiong Lai and Umno Youth deputy chief Khairy Jammaluddin agreed that the Wee Meng Chee issue should be downplayed.
“There should be restraint in this matter and we must not sensationalise too much. We need to look at it rationally,” said Khairy after meeting Liow on the sidelines of the MCA Youth General Assembly
Liow pointed out that there should not be so much pressure exerted on Wee as he was just a student and he had already apologised.
Muar-born Wee, a 24-year-old mass communications student at Ming Chuan University in Taiwan, had come under fire after he posted a six-minute video of a Mandarin rap number using the Negaraku as background music.
Wee had since apologised but the issue took another twist when his two songs were sold by VCD peddlars in Muar.
“Each party – Umno, MCA and MIC – has its own view on this issue and so it is important for us to sit down and discuss the matter, not only in terms of his actions in the eyes of the law but the impact younger generation,” said Khairy.
The Youth delegates also spoke at length about the matter. One after another speaker stressed that Wee had apologised.
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