Kerk Chee Yee 郭子毅 for N. 16 Ayer Keroh

Monday, May 7, 2018


Fast Facts about Kerk Chee Yee 郭子毅

  • Political Secretary to DAP Parliamentary Leader Lim Kit Siang

  • Born and raised in Malacca

  • The University of Melbourne graduate,  Bachelors of Commerce

  • Worked as investment banker before joining DAP full-time





“I had the opportunity to learn about politics from a father who sacrificed his time & health to fight for the people and uphold justice in Malaysia. Because of that, turning Malaysian’s Malaysia a reality has always been my dream.”










MY VISION 我的政治愿景



1) To restore the courage to imagine among Malaysians


We live in a system created by the few, for the few. Many have thus given up on imagining a better Malaysia. I’m committed to encourage people to come together for change, and for youths to regain the audacity to imagine for a brighter tomorrow.






2) To create a government who works for the people


For a long time Barisan National leaders have dismissed the voices of the rakyat. A government should always put the people first, and proactively improve their wellbeing. I promise to actively listen and become a reliable advocate for not just the people of Ayer Keroh, but of Melaka.






​​3) Reform the system, for a clean and efficient state government


Malaysians are no longer protected by the laws as those in power are manipulating the systems to their own benefit. I’m devoted to uproot corruption and carry out political, institutional, economic, and social reforms to ensure fairness and justice for the rakyat.







4) Bridging the distance between citizens


To ease heavy traffic around important landmarks and tourist attractions in Melaka, my vision is to create free bus services to connect tourist spots, business districts, hospitals and transportation hubs, in order to reduce commuting time and cost for the people, thus creating a more efficient Melaka.







5) Regulate property prices and build affordable housing


Property prices in Melaka have soared due to an oversupply of expensive properties, and undersupply of low-cost properties. I hope to regulate property prices with consideration for varying demands among the people, and build affordable options especially for first-time home buyers.








My hope is for Malaysians to have a better Malaysia for all. Let's make it happen on 9 May 2018!



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