Chong: Look at al­lo­ca­tions pos­i­tively

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KUALA LUMPUR: MCA Youth chief Datuk Chong Sin Woon yes­ter­day urged party mem­bers to look pos­i­tively at gov­ern­ment al­lo­ca­tions for na­tional Chi­nese ver­nac­u­lar schools.

Chong, who is also deputy ed­u­ca­tion min­is­ter, ex­plained that if party mem­bers con­tin­ued to look at the is­sue neg­a­tively then it would make the Chi­nese com­mu­nity think that the party al­ways looked at things neg­a­tively.

“Fur­ther­more, if we con­tinue to be like this then we will never be able to solve the is­sue. As a mat­ter of fact, the is­sue will be made worse as there will never be a so­lu­tion for it,” Chong said dur­ing the clos­ing de­bate ses­sion of the MCA 63rd An­nual Gen­eral Meet­ing.

Chong was re­spond­ing to del­e­gates on why cer­tain schools got more al­lo­ca­tions than oth­ers.

For that, Chong said that all al­lo­ca­tions are based on the needs of the schools, and all the al­lo­ca­tions have been dis­bursed to the rel­e­vant schools.

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