After Chin Tong's scathing analysis, PM's press sec raises DAP's logo

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The prime minister's press secretary Tengku Sarifuddin Tengku Ahmad has branded Kluang MP Liew Chin Tong's analysis about his boss as "fake news" and asked the DAP MP to focus on his party's "serious predicament" with regard to using its logo in the next general election.

"Liew Chin Tong should stop pushing what is obviously fake news, smears and outright lies about the government.

"He should be more concerned about the serious predicament of his party, DAP.

"DAP do not know whether they will be allowed to use their infamous rocket logo in the coming general election," Tengku Sarifuddin said in a statement tonight.

He added that the Registrar of Societies does not currently recognise the validity of DAP's central executive committee.

"This is because DAP's party elections are alleged to be gerrymandered and an undemocratic fix up by Penang Official 1 and his father to perpetuate that family's half-century long dictatorship over DAP.

"This means that DAP’s secretary-general, Penang Official 1, is in no position to authorise anything in the party as he is not legally recognised.

"In fact, DAP’s entire leadership is under threat and could be declared illegal for their alleged election manipulation," he said...

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