MCA expels two members for breaching party rules

PETALING JAYA: MCA has expelled two party members for violating party rules.

MCA secretary-general Datuk Chong Sin Woon said one of them participated in the Sabah state elections in September under another political party while the other was expelled for joining rival PKR.

He said the decision to expel the member who ran in the Sabah polls was made at the MCA central committee meeting on Dec 29 last year while the decision to expel the other member was made at the MCA presidential council meeting on Jan 7.

"Party members must strictly observe the party's code of conduct, exhibit a sense of unity and good virtues in order to uphold and positively project our party's image," Chong said.

He reminded members that the central committee takes the issue of party discipline seriously.

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