MCA committed to upholding check and balance role in govt

Frank exchange: Dr Wee meeting with Anwar in Putrajaya. — Photo courtesy of Dr Wee’s Facebook page

PETALING JAYA: MCA will continue to carry out its responsibilities and play the role of check and balance in the current government, says Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.

The MCA president said that the party will support any decision that benefits the people.

Dr Wee said during an hour-long meeting with Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim in Putrajaya, he conveyed the party’s views on several matters, including regarding the Central Database Hub (Padu) and the economy.

“I conveyed some views from MCA regarding current issues, particularly related to the economy, education, racial issues, cost of living, the Central Database Hub (Padu) and policies that require serious attention by the government,” Dr Wee said in a Facebook post uploaded yesterday.

The MCA president also thanked Anwar for always taking the time to listen to his views for the betterment of the people and the country.

Dr Wee, who is Ayer Hitam MP, said he had also raised several matters faced by his constituency during the meeting at Anwar’s office.

He said this includes infrastructure development to enable the Yong Peng District Council to be upgraded to a municipal council as well as the Yong Peng market construction project and the development of Yong Peng High School.

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