Who will replace Ong Tee Keat as MCA president and Chua Soi Lek as his deputy? The party is in disarray after the EGM that passed a vote of no-confidence on Ong and barred Chua for the No.2 post (read here...)
Whatever it is, the party needs to find replacement soon as the Barisan Nasional will have to boost members' confidence in preparing for the next general election, which some analysts said would take place as early as 2011.
Ong-Chua episode has spinned a lot of speculations since Chua was removed during a Central Working Committee meeting about a month ago.
About 2,307 delegates attending the EGM and Wisma MCA in Kuala Lumpur have shown their maturity in their decision, symbolising their blase at such a leadership crisis.