All five resolutions proposed passed in MCA 67th AGM

KUALA LUMPUR: All the five resolutions proposed during the 67th MCA annual general meeting have been passed.

The resolutions were related to party affairs, politics, government, economy and education.

Under party affairs, it passed the motion for its general assembly to prepare for the next general election and adopt the mechanism and strategies of Barisan Nasional in order to win the trust of the people and to establish a free, democratic and fair Malaysia for all.

Under politics, the general assembly approved the resolution to adhere to the party’s political ideologies to promote the spirit of pluralism and moderation, and to serve the people, regardless of race, as well as to end political conflict.

“All parties must concentrate on stopping the pandemic, helping the people and rejuvenating the economy, ” the resolution read.

The party also passed the resolution to support government measures to quell the pandemic and hasten the return to normalcy, while also praising frontliners who have fought hard over the past year and made immense contributions to safeguard public health.

“The general assembly supports the government in providing free Covid-19 vaccinations with priority given to frontline personnel, high-risk and vulnerable groups and also proposes the vaccination programme to be scheduled according to the reopening of economic sectors, ” it read.

Under economy, the party passed the motion that supported the government’s implementation of Budget 2021.

Lastly, for education, it passed the resolution applauding Perikatan Nasional for bringing education policies back on track after coming into power, including the construction and relocation of Chinese vernacular schools, and the allocation of education funds.

Out of the total of 2,502 MCA central delegates, 95 were physically present at the MCA headquarters while 1,125 joined via a webinar, totalling 48.76%.

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