"Parliament will resume in roughly a month's time, on February 16. We promise you active debates on this what is called a leaf off the 'midnight regulations' of the out-going PM." - ScreenshotsJeff Ooi vs Labu airport. The DAP MP has placed the logo on his blog, so now we have two Members of Parliament who have thrown support for this blogosphere campaign to get the Government to seriously revise - and reverse - a Cabinet approval for a RM1.7 billion Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT) that nobody, except perhaps Sime Darby, needs.
The other MP is PKR's YB Wee Choo Keong, a strong critic of Air Asia.
Sime Darby has proposed that the LCCT be built in Labu, Negri Sembilan., to be handed over the Air Asia to operate in three years' time. Malaysia has an Airport Master Plan but Labu is not mentioned anywhere in it.
In supporting our campaign, Jeff Ooi quotes freely from The Fourth Airport.
I suggest you read it, too. Like Jeff says, The Old Man does make sense.
And while we're at it, read about the Forgotten Airport here.
Tuesday, January 13, 2009
Labu: The Old Man does make sense, doesn't he?
At 1:29 am