Ex-DAP MP urges Kit Siang to accept Tunku Aziz's debate challenge


IPOH: Former DAP Petaling member of parliament Oh Keng Seng today urged DAP adviser Lim Kit Siang to accept the challenge of the party's former vice-chairman Tunku Abdul Aziz Tunku Ibrahim to a debate.

"DAP, since 2008 has betrayed its principle and struggles. As time goes by, Lim has become dictatorial and oppressive in the party.

"He will 'murder' faithful members who disagree with him. He is also trying to build a Lim dynasty in the party by sending his son, Lim Guan Eng who was unpopular in Malacca, to contest in Penang and become a chief minister.

"DAP has been in existence in politics over half a decade, but they have achieved nothing. The party can't even operate a kindergarten or a coffee shop. They have also contributed nothing to Chinese education or school," he told a press conference at MU Hotel here today.

On April 4, Tunku Abdul Aziz had challenged Lim to debate on the policies and alleged dictatorship, which he said has become the party's base, after Lim made the decision to appoint a Malay to chair Pakatan Harapan.

Tunku Abdul Aziz claimed that the move was a smokescreen to deceive the Malay voters into believing that the Malays would continue to lead and govern the country when the opposition wins the next general election.