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Wee Choo Keong tidak bertanding

Baca seterusnya di blog Wee Choo Keong.

Moga-moga Saudara Wee akan dilantik menjadi ahli Dewan Negara dan seterusnya dibawa masuk ke Kabinet.





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Who is (not) Lim Choo Keong?

“Corruption is corruption, whether more or less”


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8 thoughts on “Wee Choo Keong tidak bertanding

  1. Good luck to you Wee Choo Keong and thank you for your services to the people in Wangsa Maju. You have brought a difference in the way you managed the area and people’s problem by:

    1. Continuing to do what you have done tirelessly in a thankless job
    2. Not resorting much to newspapers and media to highlight yourself in solving people’s problem in Wangsa Maju.
    3. Doing the extras outside your scope and for the people outside Wangsa Maju as well.

    THANK YOU from the people you have helped in Wangsa Maju. I hope that you will continue to do good things around you in the future. Best of luck

  2. I live in his constituency and his presence is duly noted in community meetings.

  3. Oh sad, sad! YB Wee is a favourite. Ditto your wish Helen, may we see YB Wee as a senator in parliment.

  4. I don’t know this YB personally BUT I appreciate his tireless role in AA-MAS saga. Good people are one in a million. I’m sure he will surface somewhere :)

  5. Terima kasih YB for all your assistance. We love you, and thank you for being very caring, and not forgetting each one of us in your activities, open days, the one i remembered most was the raya open day banner, your wishes, etc. We will miss you, and hope there will be more people like you in Malaysia and in the world in general. We were very proud of you when you were our MP. You are right, hentikan politik kebencian, we must give credit where it’s due, and be more matured and not politicised every single thing. All the best to you YB.

  6. I stumbled on Yang Berkhidmat’s blog and read some of the older postings. It was disconcerting when I didn’t see his name amongst the candidates either as an Independent or one contesting under the sponsorship of a sympathetic banner.

    To my eyes, he seem like a good egg, with foresight (for example by highlighting the potential threat of foreign influence / lobbying on our self governance) and humility (JMB struggles, water disruptions).

    If Wee Choo Keong were to bloom into another contributing former statesman as a constructive critic, or head a meaningful Portfolio as a Senator, it would be a win in my book.

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