By Roznah AJ
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 11 — MCA’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) next month will discuss the opposition’s purported agenda to influence youth into hating the government, said MCA president Datuk Seri Chua Soi Lek today.
He said he understood Pakatan Rakyat’s urgency in conquering Putrajaya but that they don’t have to go to the extent of influencing Malaysian youth to hate the government.
“Youths should not be used for their (opposition) political interests,” said Chua (picture).
He said the opposition is trying hard to influence and confuse the rakyat into hating the Barisan Nasional leadership.
Also to be discussed at the AGM, which will be held on October 21, is the possible implementation of hudud by PAS if the opposition takes over government at the next general election.
He said that the plan to implement hudud law should serve as a warning to non-Muslims ahead of polls, as it will have a widespread impact on legislation, socio-economic considerations and industry.
He added that MCA supports the National Education Blueprint, which was launched today, and the plan is seen as forward-looking, transformational and inclusive to meet the needs of a fast-moving global economy with rapid social changes.