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Sunday, November 17, 2013

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Describing the MCA as behaving more like an opposition party than a Barisan Nasional coalition partner with its criticism of Putrajaya, Umno mouthpiece Utusan Malaysia has told its president Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek that his era had passed and it was time for him to leave.
 
"Lately, a lot of Chua's actions and statements are very unhealthy. He has even expressed the intention of forming a special committee to probe Putrajaya's alleged wrong-doings.
 
"Even without the special committee, the MCA has acted more like an opposition party lately than as a member of Barisan Nasional," Awang Selamat, the pseudonym for the paper's collective editorial team, said in the paper’s weekend edition, Mingguan Malaysia.
 
"Stop blaming other parties and quarters, MCA's failures is simply because of your leadership issues."
 
The newspaper said Chua should give a chance to fresh faces in the party.

"There is no shortage of leaders in MCA, it is time for Chua to step down and give someone else a chance," Awang said.
 
"It is bad enough that the party was soundly hammered in the 13th general election by the DAP."
 
In the polls, MCA only managed to win seven out of 37 federal seats and 11 out of the 90 state seats it contested.
 
This is the second time that Utusan Malaysia is calling on the MCA leader to step down.
 
In October, Awang also took a swipe at MCA and Chua, telling the president to make way for others for the sake of the party.
 
Awang agreed with Chinese daily Nanyang Siang Pau which reported that the Chinese community was fed-up with MCA.
 
MCA's internal politics has reached boiling point as well with Chua embroiled in a war of words with his deputy Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai.
 
Chua challenged Liow to step down together with him, saying the latter was "weak" and was not the right person to lead MCA.
 
Utusan Malaysia's call came on the heels of a move to censure Liow. The motion, however, failed to garner the necessary support at the party's extraordinary general meeting on October 20.
 
At the EGM on October 20 , delegates also refused to overturn an earlier resolution for the party's leaders not to accept any Cabinet posts as it had fared badly in GE13 compared with GE12.
 
However, they supported the acceptance of appointments like senatorships or positions in the government, including as state executive councillors. - November 17, 2013.

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