Loh Seng Kok

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Barisan Nasional MCA

Loh Seng Kok 卢诚国
Member of Parliament for Kelana Jaya
雪州格拉那再也区国会议员
(2004 - Feb 2008)

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A common call for unity by new CC members

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A common call for unity by new CC members

KUALA LUMPUR: Newly-elected MCA central committee members called for unity after the party elections.

Selangor MCA secretary Lee Wei Kiat was voted in with the highest number of votes.

Lee, who won by 1,597 votes, said there was a mixed combination in the new leadership which must work together to reverse the March 8 party setback.

 

Former MCA Youth auditor Gan Ping Sieu said he was glad that more leaders from the Youth wing were voted in, adding that the new leadership must have a combination of young and old.

Penang wanita chief Tan Cheng Liang said she was grateful the delegates had confidence in her.

“This victory comes with the responsibility to win back the confidence of the rakyat for the party.

“We must brave through this political situation with perseverance and unity.”

Deputy Higher Education Minister Dr Hou Kok Chung said even though he was new in the committee, he would fulfil his promise to serve.

Malacca MCA treasurer Datuk Gan Tian Loo, 37, made his debut into the central committee by garnering 1,377 votes.

Incumbent Wong Nai Chee made it into the committee for a second term with 1,466 votes. The former Kota Melaka MP said his first task will be to work with the new leaders in formulating the political strategies and policies to effect changes.

Datuk Liew Yuen Keong, who secured 1,224 votes, pledged to return Selangor back to the Barisan Nasional Government.

New central committee member Loh Seng Kok was surprised with his win, as he was not among the favourites.

The former Kelana Jaya MP, with 1,141 votes, took the twist of fate with much delight and deemed it as the start of a paramount responsibility.

The oldest central committee member Datuk Wong Mook Leong, 65, said he felt great when he retained his post, which he held since 1977.

He urged the newly-elected leaders to work together as the immediate job for them was to strengthen the party.

Senator Lee Sing Chooi said he appreciated the support of the delegates.

“The new team must put down our differences and go back to the basic issues to serve the rakyat sincerely,” he said.


 
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