Kor Ming is not eligible to be Deputy Speaker

 

Teluk Intan MP Nga Kor Ming is not eligible to be appointed Deputy Speaker of the Dewan Rakyat following his statement during Pakatan Harapan’s rule.

Nga Kor Ming, who represents DAP, demanded 49% of the position in various government Special Committees to be given to the opposition through his 10 reforms manifesto.

This follows allegations by Stampin MP Chong Chieng Jen from DAP in the Dewan Rakyat.

Dato Che Abdullah Mat Nawi slammed the Stampin MP who accused Pas of making Malaysia a Taliban state only because the Pas President was seen to support the Taliban rule in Afghanistan.

He said this while debating ‘Usul Menjunjung Kasih Titah DiRaja’ yesterday.

Che Abdullah reminded Stampin that since Pas was with the Federal government, they had no proposal to make Malaysia like the Taliban.

read – https://harakahdaily.net/index.php/2021/09/22/tuduhan-samakan-pas-taliban-tidak-bertanggungjawab/

DAP itself is actually not eligible to nominate Kor Ming as they themselves have not shown commitment to the MoU with the government.

read this – https://www.malaysia-today.net/2019/03/09/pas-bekerjasama-dengan-umno-adalah-taliban-kata-nga-kor-ming/

The people still have not forgotten Kor Ming’s rudeness in calling Umno-PAS cooperation as Taliban. Khairy Jamaluddin once called Kor Ming the Taliban when he spoke in parliament, believed to be in response to Kor Ming’s statement.


The DAP, which has manipulated the MoU consensus, tried to portray them as ‘People’s Champions’ but the opposite happened during the question-and-answer session in parliament.

read this – https://my-tv.online/2021/09/06/kit-siang-ingatkan-ismail-sabri-tentang-csa/

In fact, Lim Kit Siang once issued a statement reminding Prime Minister Dato Sri Ismail Sabri about the Government-Opposition MoU. The reminder is seen as part of the ‘threat’ for the government to fulfil every request of DAP.



Disclaimer-this article does not reflect the position of my-tv.online, all comments are your own responsibility.

Leave a Reply