BUTTERWORTH,. Parti Cinta Malaysia (PCM) vice-president Datuk Huan Cheng Guan (pic) has kept his promise to quit the party now that Chow Kon Yeow has become the Penang Chief Minister.
“I have known Chow since 2004 when I was the Batu Kawan MP. He is humble and trustworthy. He is the right candidate for the Chief Minister post.
“I believe he will do a good job for Penang,” Huan told a press conference yesterday.
His resignation was in accordance with his election manifesto that he would quit if Chow is Chief Minister, as it would mean that there was no necessity for him (Huan) to play his check and balance role anymore.
He also said that he believed Chow would do a good job for Penang along with other exco members and “care for Penang without neglecting environmental, housing and traffic issues”.
Huan, who lost to Lim Guan Eng in the Bagan parliamentary seat, voiced hope that the new Pakatan Harapan-led Federal Government would abolish the Goods and Services Tax and also the toll on Penang Bridge and Sungai Nyior.