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Unlike DAP, the MCA has no Parliamentary seats in Sabah and Sarawak.
In the last general election, MCA had stood in 40 Parliamentary constituencies.
The behaviour of an unrepentant young man is one thing.
The behaviour of the Chinese who quite unanimously refuse to see any rudeness in what he did is another matter altogether. In the 2004 general election, MCA’s Fu Ah Kiow carried Kuantan with a comfortable majority of 9,147 votes. In GE12: Fu obtained 16,572 votes (47%) PKR’s Fuziah Salleh obtained 18,398 votes (52%) Voter turnout: 35,593 (74.5%) Majority: 1,826 votes Spoilt votes: 623 Voter demography — Malay: 59.97%, Chinese: 35.93%, Indian: 3.88%, Others: 0.22% Confronted with the choice between the PKR Malay and the MCA Chinese, the 60 percent Malay Kuantan electorate decided to abandon the BN ship.
In GE 2004, Tan won with a handy majority of 17,527 while in 1999, he had beaten Dr Chandra Muzaffar then representing Parti Keadilan.
This trend of Malay voters rejecting the MCA is indicated in the seats that the coalition lost in GE12, which besides Kuantan and Bandar Tun Razak, also include Bayan Baru held by Gerakan in 2004 and MCA in 1999.
Of MCA’s 15 Parliamentary seats, seven of them are in Johor.