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Chinese votes matter in next election


Making a stand: Liow receiving a memorandum against RUU 355 from Federation of Hokkien of Malaysia president Tan Sri Khoo Chai Kaa at his Transport Ministry office in Putrajaya on Aug 16, 2016.

Making a stand: Liow receiving a memorandum against RUU 355 from Federation of Hokkien of Malaysia president Tan Sri Khoo Chai Kaa at his Transport Ministry office in Putrajaya on Aug 16, 2016.

THERE was disappointment when news broke that the Prime Minister was unable to open the 71st annual general meeting of the Associated Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Malaysia (ACCCIM) in Ipoh on July 28.

Apart from hoping to see the PM brightening up the event, Perak Chinese chamber chief Datuk Liew Siew Yee was eager to welcome him at WEIL, his new hotel in Ipoh where the AGM was held.

ACCIM , Najib Tun Razak , general election

   

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