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Saturday, January 5, 2008

Dun Say Say

YB Datuk Ong Tee Keat has a valid point as I want to know who as well. It's easy to say thing and accuse many things when you are caught pants down. As such Datuk Seri Chua should expose who instead of mere saying without prove...

Tee Keat to Chua: Expose the culprits
Friday, 04 January 2008 11:23pm

©The Sun (Used by permission)

KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 4, 2008): MCA vice-president Datuk Ong Tee Keat today urged former Health Minister Datuk Dr Chua Soi Lek to expose the culprits who used "dirty tactics" to bring about his political downfall.

"Chua should be able to shed more light on the perpetrators who resorted to video-taping him in a compromising position with a woman. The culprits responsible should be punished," he added.

"I read from the papers allegations made by Chua about his political enemies, but there are no further details. I believe the public, including myself would like to know who were the people responsible for using such dirty tactics.

"It's unfair for us to make wild guesses based on what he (Chua) said. So I welcome it if he is willing to reveal who is/are behind all this. I like to know more details about this case," he told reporters after meeting with his Taman Muda constituents here today.

He was asked to comment on Chua's interview with the press in Putrajaya yesterday in which the former MCA vice-president claimed that his downfall was due to political rivalry.

Chua resigned as Health Minister and Member of Parliament for Labis as well as all party posts on Wednesday (Jan 2), a day after admitting that he was the senior politician featured in the sex video that was widely circulating in Johor.

"If Chua can reveal more details, it can help to stop any kind of negative political culture in the country. Let's make this a lesson for everyone. We need to address it before it develops into some kind of unhealthy political culture.

"Anything that's not right must be weeded out," said Ong.

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