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Wee must apologise to the Johor Sultan

June 25, 2013

FMT LETTER: From Anonymous, via e-mail

Wee Ka Siong of the Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA) has yet to apologise to the Sultan of Johor. Wee owes the Sultan of Johor an apology for his disrespectful comments over the Sultan’s decision to appoint Tee Siew Kiong as a Johor executive councillor.

Wee who is also MCA’s Youth chief has been in the spotlight before for the wrong reasons but what seems amusing here is that the PKFZ-tainted man not only refuses to apologise, he insists that he is right and that no apology on his part is necessary.

His comments have angered Malaysians, particularly Pertubuhan Angkatan Selatan Bersatu Negri Johor and a police report has been lodged against Wee by the NGO. Wee was not only unfazed by the reports but is arrogant enough to dismiss the NGO’s demand for a public apology to their beloved Sultan. Wee even ridiculed the NGO for not understanding the full picture of what transpired.

Not only that, not too long ago Wee was in the spotlight for the all the wrong reasons as he was caught in a video for digging his nose in parliament and then digesting the results of his efforts.

He also bought a plot of land in Bukit Tiara, near Cheras, Kuala Lumpur and has built a mansion costing a whopping RM6.4 million. If Wee does not even try to hide his wealth, it is doubtful that he would even apologise for the disrespectful comments made to the Sultan of Johor.


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