MCA Youth denies schism between BN parties

The leader of the wing, Chong Sin Woon, says that representatives from Umno and MIC assisted MCA during the nomination for the Balakong interim election.

MCA Jeugdchef Chong Sin Woon says that all parties to BN-parties agree with the decision of MCA to use his logo in the election of Balakong. (Bernama photo)

KUALA LUMPUR: Today MCA Youth has denied any gap between Barisan Nasional (BN) component parties and said that the coalition youth wings will help them in the Balakong election campaign.

MCA Youth chief Chong Sin Woon said that talks were held with all sub-parties in BN to coordinate the responsibilities during the 21-day campaign for the interim election.

"Yesterday we had representatives of Umno and MIC with us during the nomination", he told Bernama at the launch of the MCA youth machines for the Balakong interim election in Kg Baru Batu 11.

He said that the use of the MCA logo in the interim elections was also approved by all sub-parties during a BN meeting.

"We want to use this opportunity (interim election) to try to see whether component parties can get more votes by using their own logo, which is important for us to map out the direction of the constituents," added he's ready.

He said that more than 100 MCA youth members would meet voters, give talks, and distribute pamphlets on why they should vote for MCA candidate, Tan Chee Teong, in the polls.

The interim election of Balakong will witness a direct fight between Tan, who is a businessman, and Pakatan Harapan (PH) candidate Wong Siew Ki, of DAP.

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