MCA on ‘high ground’ amid national political chaos

Rich legacy: Dr Wee (fifth from left) leading present and past leaders in celebrating the party’s 71st anniversary at Wisma MCA.

MCA was thrashed in the last general election in May 2018, but this has not deterred it from playing a vital role in national politics.

IF there was one political party that had acted with decorum and confidence during the past two weeks of political upheaval in the country, it was the revitalised Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA).

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