Question on ACA investigations into Ling Hee Leongís RM1.2 billion corporate acquisitions in three months at the age of 27 put on last day of Parliament on July 31 to give ACA ample time to present a comprehensive report


Media Statement
by Lim Kit Siang
(Petaling Jaya, Thursday):
The question on Anti-Corruption Agency investigations into Ling Hee Leongís RM1.2 billion corporate acquisitions in three months at the age of 27 without any corporate track record has been put on the last day of the forthcoming Parliamentary meeting on July 31 to give the ACA ample time to present a comprehensive report.

The question is to ask the Prime Minister "the outcome of Anti-Corruption Agency investigations into the ACA report as to how Ling Hee Leong, son of MCA President and Transport Minister, Datuk Seri Dr. Ling Liong Sik could at the age of 27 and without any corporate track record embark on corporate acquisitions exceeding RM1.2 billion in a matter of three months and whether there had been improper use and influence of his fatherís political and Ministerial position."

Other parliamentary questions which I have given notice for the third week of Parliament includes:

(10/7/97)


*Lim Kit Siang - Malaysian Parliamentary Opposition Leader, Democratic Action Party Secretary-General & Member of Parliament for Tanjong