Ong Ka Ting, the MCA president, says:
“There will be some leaders who will announce their future plans, including retirement. I can’t tell you how many. I can’t tell you who. I have to respect their wish. They will find the right time (to announce)."If Chan Kong Choy, the MCA deputy president, is not one of them meant by Ka Ting, I'll be very, very surprised. CKC may not be the one who gained big time from the PKFZ's RM4.6 billion (that honours will have to go to several goons who happen to be big Umno wigs), but he's the Transport Minister and he's accountable.
Currently, MCA has four ministers, nine deputy ministers, four parliamentary secretaries and 17 state exco members.
Wednesday, February 13, 2008
Chan Kong Choy to "retire" before GE?
At 10:42 am