KLANG: Sungai Pelek assemblyman Ronnie Liu will be facing the DAP disciplinary committee over his opinion piece about the exclusion of Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia from Pakatan Harapan.
DAP national organising secretary Anthony Loke (pic) said Liu’s statement was an act of sabotage to destabilise and to break the unity of the government.
“That statement is Liu’s personal opinion and it is very uncalled for and very irresponsible.
“No one from Pakatan should ever question the unity within the coalition and no single leader from any component party should talk about the exclusion of any component of Pakatan, including the DAP, ” he told reporters after officiating PKFZ’s transformation master plan here.
“Bersatu may have 26 MPs now, but DAP, PKR, Amanah, Warisan and UPKO collectively have 113 seats in parliament, enough to form a majority, ” he wrote.
Loke said the party’s disciplinary committee will meet and decide on the action that will be taken against Liu.
He stressed that the government was formed by Pakatan’s four parties and Warisan as a whole and this was the mandate given by the people which Pakatan will respect and uphold.
“We are committed to Pakatan and we want to show our seriousness in terms of upholding the unity of Pakatan. If there’s a statement from among DAP leaders, internally we will take action.
“That is a very strong message, not only to Liu but to everyone. No one should ever try to destabilise Pakatan, ” he said.
Asked about the comic book fiasco involving Hew Kuan Yau, Loke said Hew is not a DAP member and the party cannot take any action against him.-The Star