MCA believes DAP 'playing victim' won't work anymore in GE14

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MCA believes that DAP "playing victim" will no longer win the party sympathy at the 14th General Election.

MCA religious harmony bureau chairperson Ti Lian Ker said this in response to DAP crying foul over the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission's (MACC) arrest of Penang exco Phee Boon Poh.

"DAP must know that playing the victim had worked in the previous election but Malaysians are beginning to see DAP’s hypocrisy when it comes to corruption, so playing the victim is only making fools out of their supporters.

"I urge DAP to allow MACC to do their work without any hindrance," he said in a statement today.

Ti took issue with DAP parliamentary leader Lim Kit Siang's statement that Phee's arrest was MACC's attempt to whitewash corruption in the country.

"There is a huge amount of hypocrisy in the DAP camp right now because of their leaders being embroiled in corruption charges," he said...

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