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Ong Ka Ting’s allegation malicious

Media Statement
by Ng Wei Aik  

(Petaling Jaya, Friday) : DAP categorically denies that the party has any electoral pact with PAS.


MCA President Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting alleged yesterday that a PAS-DAP alliance was in the making for the upcoming Machap by-election.


Ka Ting’s statement is a clear indication that the second largest partner in Barisan Nasional has no confidence to debate and articulate policy matters in the by-election.


Instead of convincing the voters to endorse BN’s policies, MCA is resorting to age-old negative campaign tactics to spread fear and lies, such as that of a PAS-DAP alliance.


Just because PAS has indicated its disinterest in contesting in the Machap by-election, Ka Ting says it all points to a pact between PAS and DAP. His reasoning is completely nonsensical.


DAP’s stand on the issue of Islamic State is crystal-clear: the party supports neither an ‘Islamic state ala UMNO’ nor an ‘Islamic State ala PAS’. So long as PAS promotes an agenda to form an Islamic State in the country, there will be no cooperation from DAP.



*Ng Wei Aik, Political Secretary to DAP Secretary-General

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