Sunday, 7 January 2018

MCA-Gerakan Unprecedented Joint Efforts Facing GE14

In our last article we have written about the "unprecedented" actions that MCA and Gerakan parties will take when they meet at Wisma MCA this Saturday (yesterday) in this article: -

On Saturday (yesterday) the assemblies of two component parties in the Barisan Nasional have met and are determined to face the GE14 as one.

This is an "unprecedented" and can be regarded as a "win-win" action by both parties in the Chinese community.

With the theme "Stronger Together" these two parties held on to one goal and determination.

There should be no negative perception between the two parties from now on.

It should be noted that MCA and Gerakan are fishing from the same pool and also having the same hostile enemy that is DAP.

Hence, the two parties shoud be working closely for the GE14.

MCA president Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai at this event has already stated that the notion of "what is profitable to MCA is a loss for Gerakan and" vice versa "is no longer acceptable.

Even the President of MCA with the President of Gerakan has unanimously warned any member of the two parties that action would be taken against them if there is any act of interruption to this cooperation.

Both parties are seriously involved in this union affair.

Datuk Liow also said that from today on the relationship between the two parties must benefit each other. This is the true meaning of "Stronger together".

"The time is now that both parties to up the ente on moving up the good momentum" said Datuk Liow.

Surely now , the co-operation of both partis to new level will benefits the Chinese as well as  Barisan Nasional.

It should be noted that the Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak has also visited the MCA headquarters few days back which is unprecedented  to demonstrate how serious he is with the affairs of the Chinese community as well as their welfare through MCA.

It will be a new ball game altogether with the joint effort by both parties and hopefully the Chinese communities will see this as something beneficial to them and escalate their support to both MCA and Gerakan.

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