YB Wee Choo Keong has 18 questions on the proposed RM1.7 billion Labu low cost carrier terminal (LCCT) instead of one for his Question of the Week #42. Most of the questions are for Sime Darby so I expect Brenden Pereira, the advisor to Sime, to be busy. Unless he and Sime don't care at all?
Tony Fernandes of Air Asia has a blog so we can expect him to say something about Wee's latest posting.
One thing's clear; that is, people are more suspicious now about the relevance of some projects to their well-being. and they are demanding greater transparency and they want the truth.
Do we really need the Labu project or is it part of the outgoing adminitration's "midnight regulations" sorely needed to enrich some cronies?
Unless the parties concerned come up with very convincing answers (and not some insider's propaganda orchestrated by the same person who's also advising a proponent of the Labu project) the LCCT will not get the full support of the taxpayers. And that would be a shame.
I found the first poster in a mail from one very pissed Abdul Sr. last week. The pumpkin poster was sent to me by a graphic artist with a daily. They are self-explanatory, I guess.
Sunday, January 11, 2009
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