KUALA LUMPUR, April 8 — MCA pledged today to set up a central monitoring unit to ensure fair, just and effective implementation of government policies and programmes.
MCA President Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai said the unit will consist of academics, professionals, entrepreneurs, party and non-governmental organisation leaders from the Chinese community to supervise procedures in government administration so that they remain transparent.
“This will not only ensure that the rights and interests of the Chinese community are not only given attention to and safeguarded, but will also ensure that our country’s governance will benefit all people and that no one will lag behind,” he said during the launch of MCA’s manifesto for the 14th general election.
Liow also pledged to introduce an investment scheme akin to Amanah Saham Nasional for Malaysian Chinese to enhance their income, especially for lower and middle-income groups.
“We want to create better conditions for entrepreneurship and enable the Malaysian Chinese to generate wealth and create a better life with their unremitting efforts,” he said.
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