Sunday, 31 July 2011

AKHIRNYA! Nanah Dalam Parti DAP Terpancut Keluar!!

Akhirnya,, segala wayang kulit di dalam parti DAP Pulau Pinang terburai juga. Orang kuat Lim Guan Eng, Jeff Ooi telah dikritik hebat oleh kepimpinan DAP Pulau Pinang!

MiM selalu beranggapan bahawa satu hari nanti, kepimpinan DAP Pulau Pinang akan mulai bangkit dan tidak akan lagi bersetuju dengan Lim Guan Eng dan orang kuat beliau. Dan ianya berlaku dengan kadar yang sangat memalukan pemimpin import dari Melaka itu.

Kita sendiri boleh baca, keangkuhan Jeff Ooi memperlekeh-lekehkan kepimpinan DAP Pulau Pinang ada kena mengena dengan sikap Lim Guan Eng DAP itu sendiri yang memberi muka yang melampau kepada Jeff Ooi.

Dan dek kerana sudah tidak tahan dengan keangkuhan tersebut, DAP Pulau Pinang telah bangkit meledak!

Bagi MiM mudah. DAP Pulau Pinang tidak memerlukan ahli-ahli politik DAP import seperti Lim Guan Eng DAP. Mereka sendiri lebih layak untuk berdepan PRU13 di negeri ini bukannya kroni Lim Kit Siang Cauvinis itu!

Dan isu pertelingkahan di antara orang kuat Guan Eng dengan Wong Hon Wai adalah satu permulaan kepada penolakan DAP Pulau Pinang terhadap Lim Guan Eng! Tahniah!

Walaubagaimana pun, MiM tidak menjangka KM Pulau Pinang itu akan mengkritik Jeff Ooi atau akan berdiam diri. Tetapi jika beliau bersuara, beliau akan menyalahkan BN kerana kononnya membesar-besarkan isu! Typical of Lim Guan Eng yang begitu phobia takut disalahkan!

Sekali lagi, tahniah diucapkan kepada DAP Pulau Pinang kerana bersuara! Kerana jika mereka tidak berbuat demkikian, rakyat Pulau Pinang akan sentiasa melabelkan kepimpinan DAP negeri itu sebagai kuda tunggangan dan patung permainan murahan yang diperalatkan oleh ahli politik import dari Melaka!

Di antara laporan berita sensasi pergolakan DAP Pulau Pinang :-

It was reported today that Jelutong MP Jeff Ooi and state Town and Country Planning, Housing and Arts Committee chairman Wong Hon Wai are at loggerheads over a name list for low-cost houses in Batu Lanchang.

The fued came out in the open when Wong, who is also state DAP treasurer, had claimed that Ooi did not do his homework when submitting a name list of 178 people who applied to buy low-cost houses in his constituency. This was reported in the Chinese press.

Ooi then retaliated, saying it was a “baseless claims” and called on Wong, whom he labelled as a “little Napoleon”, to resign his post. Ooi is also Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng’s chief of staff.

Said Koay:” When Barisan Nasional helmed Penang state, there never was a need to hold press conference condemning fellow party comrades publicly.”

“DAP had criticised the existence of little Napoleans when they were still in the opposition, vowing to rid the state administration of cronyism. But now that they are in power, not only are they unable to remove little Napoleans, DAP state government office bearers are also steeped in bureaucratic red tape.”

“Poor communication between Ooi and Wong does not address the problem of helping Penang’s poor who are urgently in need of a roof over their heads,” he said.

Wong’s own agenda?

Koay then said Wong’s “delaying tactics” does not follow the DAP state policy of CAT(competency, accountability and transparency) and questioned if Wong had his own agenda.

“If more documents are needed (for the name list), then Wong should have informed Ooi, or, does Wong have his own list of benefactors?”
Koay said both Ooi and Wong should have talked to each other before lashing out openly in the press conferences.

Koay said since 2008, the Penang state government has not launched any low-cost public housing and was in direct violation of its Pakatan Rakyat Common Policies Framework “to increase the number of affordable housing”

“Considering that property prices have escalated in the last two years, leaving Penang’s poor homeless, the DAP-led Penang state government should concentrate on immediately constructing low-cost homes for the poor rather than having their elected representatives embarrass themselves in public.

In another development, Ooi also come under fire from Penang DAP chief Chow Kon Yeow.Chow said that Ooi has “gone overboard with his public attacks” and had “crossed the line of decency”.

The state exco also said it was a DAP party policy that internal channels should be used to resolve misunderstandings or problems but Ooi had “chosen to ignore this instruction”

“After this latest round of public attacks, the party cannot stop members from initiating disciplinary complaints against Ooi,” warned Chow, who also Padang Kota state assemblyman and Tanjung MP.

Chow said Ooi had claimed that Wong attacked him through the media but he himself had failed to look himself in the mirror especially with regards “his behaviour and attitude in recent years” when Ooi himself had “on numerous occasions, used media channels to openly lambast party leaders.”

Chow also said that DAP elected representatives meet for discussions on a weekly basis and MPs and state reps could raise such issues during such a consultation platform. -

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