Thursday, September 24, 2009

Well done YAB Lim Guan Eng!

I am so pleased with this article reported by the Malaysian Insider "Malaysia rated 47th least corrupt, Penang praised" - not because of our current position as compared to other countries but because of Penang's anti-corruption efforts! We need to keep fighting corruption and exalt this nation again.

We have to start somewhere and Penang had a good start! Well done YAB Lim Guan Eng!

8 comments:

Neek said...

Well done.

I didnt know Lim Guan Eng was so capable he could single handedly crush corruption.

Cheers to his unsung team as well....

Anonymous said...

But how .... if I want to open a business selling Penang Fried Kuey teow, do I need to get LGE's permission to use the word, Penang?

Joe Keaton said...

Well done and appreciate that!

Joe Keaton said...

Well done and appreciate that!

Anonymous said...

Hi not only LGE leads the way in anti-corruption governance but I believe he is the ONLY person in Malaysia being JAILED for -DEFENDING A MALAY - Malay girl - unlike those who claim to defend the Malays

Lest we forget !!

Anonymous said...

Lim Guan Eng is a role model for all Malaysians fighting the corruption menance which sets in like cancer and permeates all strata of society.

Lim Guan Eng and Khalid Ibrahim of Selangor should be honoured for their part in promoting the virtues of transparency, competency , non-corrupted society and good governance and this augurs well for these two states.

Nizar of Perak would have made a good three-some if not for the power grabbing sore loser BN.

Virtually the total BN Federal and state govts are tainted with all the evils of society. You name it and they have it. PKFZ , Perwaja, MAS bailout , Forex losses , Misuse of wang ehsan , BMF , compensation for crooked bridge, Konsortium Perkapalan , cracked MRR2 and what have you !

Lee Wee Tak said...

I hope these measures udertaken can be made known to more Malaysians and let LGE get a fair appraisal not like what he is getting from Utusan Malaysia

Anonymous said...

politics: guan eng v soi lek