Four PKR MPs Cycle To Parliament As Mark Of Protest. SAPP MPs Nowhere To Be Seen
Tian Chua said move was also to "appeal to the Cabinet Ministers to understand the difficulty in using bicycles or public transport" in the country. "Changing of lifestyles is not as easy as what the Government claims," he told reporters.
He said that he and the three others had taken about 20 minutes to cycle from Bank Negara to the Dewan Rakyat.
"It's a difficult task because the road transport system here is not designed for bicycle use and cyclists will face problems cruising around town," he said.
Asked if they would cycle to Parliament again, he said the MPs would discuss it further.
"Today, because of the debate on petrol price hike, we rode our bicycles here to make a point," he said. (The Star)
Meanwhile the much awaited tabling of a vote of no-confidence against Pak Lah has apparently fizzled out, at least for the time being as the two SAPP Members of Parliament, Datuk Eric Enchin Majimbun (Sepanggar) and Datuk Dr Chua Soon Bui (Tawau) were not seen at the august house today, where a business as usual mood prevailed. Any idea where the mavericks are at the moment? At some lock-up perhaps?