Dear Fellow MCA comrades
I have just received news that Tee Keat who sent in his resignation letter as Transport Minister to PM Najib has been rejected . PM najib has also decided to maintain status quo for all the Ministerial positions held by MCA . I believe this was conveyed to the president by Najib when the latter met up with him to present his choice of Ministers for MCA .Therefore Ong Tee Keat is still the Transport Minister . Najib has indeed made a good choice and a good move .
Coming back to Chew Mei Fun who said that she would resign and quit as Wanita Chief if Chua Soi Lek becomes the president however she has been surprisingly been very quiet and has kept silent on the matter after the party elections hoping for the storm to blow away or the matter swept underneath the bathroom mat .
Wasn't she the one who was harping Ong Tee Keat to honour his words. Jangan cakap tak serupa bikin. Now Chew should and must do what she said she intented to do if Chua Soi Lek became President. Don't hide behind Wanita MCA. I'm sure Malaysian Chinese in general will be very happy if you resign!!!!!
Please do this honor for us and resign !!!!
Chua not looking at return to Cabinet
Thursday, 01 April 2010 20:28 KUALA LUMPUR – Dr Chua Soi Lek is not looking at a return to the Cabinet.
Neither is he revealing who he would recommend to the Prime Minister for ministerial posts.
Dr Chua, who was a former health minister, said he would prepare the list only after Najib Abdul Razak fixed the date to meet him.
Najib had earlier today said he wanted Chua to settle down first in his new role as MCA president. "There is no hurry (to meet)."
Bernama quoted Chua as saying that in the interim, current MCA leaders holding Cabinet posts should go about their work as usual.
Work as usual until further notice
Dr Chua was speaking to reporters after hosting a lunch for MCA's four ministers and seven deputy ministers at the party headquarters today.
Except for Transport Minister Ong Tee Keat, Deputy Women, Family and Community Development Minister Chew Mei Fun and Deputy Youth and Sports Minister Wee Jeck Seng, the rest turned up for the lunch.
Meanwhile, a central committee member has indicated that Chua would chair his first CC meeting since the March 28 party elections on April 7.
The meeting would decide on who would become the new secretary-general, treasurer-general, national organising secretary and state liaison chairmen.
It is rumoured that the new secretary-general is likely to be former vice-president Kong Cho Ha.