GEORGE TOWN – The MIC deputy president Datuk Seri Dr S. Subramaniam (pic) is in favour of the proposal for the party’s state leaders to be elected.
“The proposal is a good thing for the party to look at greater democratisation in MIC.
“At the moment, all branch, division and national leaders in the MIC are elected.
â€œThe only group that is appointed is the state leaders.
“We are thinking on how to have the state leadership be elected. A committee is working on it,” he said after a meeting with the Penang Hospital staff Monday.
Dr Subramaniam added that the democratisation process could give a greater mandate and bring forward a stronger party. – The Star Online