MCA Polls: Voting for MCA Wanita and Young wing ends smoothly

KUALA LUMPUR: Voting for the MCA Wanita and Youth wing leadership ended smoothly at 7pm on Saturday (Sept 23).

Party secretary-general Datuk Chong Sin Woon said results at the divisional level were expected to come in from the various states nationwide from 8pm.

"We expect the vote count and tallying to not take too long, as those voting only involved over 4,000 delegates," he said, adding that the voter turnout was not very high.

Chong said a new leadership lineup for both the Wanita and Youth wings would be known by about 10pm on Saturday.

There was a three-cornered fight for the MCA Youth chief position between party organising secretary Ling Tian Soon, Youth secretary-general Daniel Wa Wai How and Klang MCA Youth member Bernard Chan Kee Siang.

Wong You Fong would meanwhile be defending her Wanita MCA chairman post in a straight fight against Datuk Ooi Siew Kim.

Ooi was the Penang Wanita MCA chairman and Bayan Baru division chief.

Elections for the central party committee will take place on Sunday (Sept 24).

The party polls involve a total of 52,736 divisional delegates comprising 29,151 MCA delegates; 5,016 MCA Youth and 18,569 Wanita MCA delegates.

A total of 160 polling stations had been set up nationwide for the central committee election, comprising 149 divisional polling stations and 11 joint divisional polling stations.

MCA will hold its annual general meeting this coming Oct 21 and 22.

Subscribe now to our Premium Plan for an ad-free and unlimited reading experience!

 MCA , Party Polls , MCA Wanita , MCA Youth ,


Next In Nation

Number of flood evacuees rises in Kelantan, drops in Johor
M’sian woman discovers over RM400mil mistakenly deposited in her bank account
69 undocumented migrants nabbed in raid at Pantai Dalam squatter settlement
Kemaman by-election: Polling day in pictures
MCMC to prepare framework to facilitate registration, regulating social media, says Fahmi
King meets foreign leaders at COP28
Kidnap of Bangladeshi journo: Policeman, three others charged
Man run over by train after falling on track at Datuk Keramat LRT Station
Kemaman by-election: Polling centres open at 8am
Due process remains crucial

Others Also Read