Thursday, August 8, 2013
DAP Sungai Puyu assemblyman Phee Boon Poh probably has the most in terms of assets among Penang’s Pakatan Rakyat’s assemblymen, with eight properties including joint properties, some of which are in Hamilton, New Zealand.
According to his asset declaration, Phee, who is a state exco member, jointly owns houses (inherited) and land in Hamilton, an apartment in Pantai Molek, Butterworth, a house in Taman Dalia, a shophouse in Bandar Mutiara (inherited), land in Teluk Air Tawar, a penthouse in Bagan Ajam and bungalow land in Batu Kawan.
Phee also owns shares in 24 companies and unit trust shares in six companies.
Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng, meanwhile, has two shophouses in Malacca, the same as he did when he first took office in 2008. He also has RM308,368 in fixed deposit and shares/unit trusts in eight companies.
One shophouse is a joint property bought for RM435,000, and while another was bought for RM530,000.
Lim settled the RM300,000 loan for the first shophouse and a RM350,000 loan for the second one last year. He does not own any vehicle.
Another state exco member, Lim Hock Seng, also from DAP, owns a house in Seberang Jaya, a flat in Mutiara Perdana, a flat in Vista Perdana, a shophouse in Jalan Raja Uda and a factory in Permatang Pauh (both joint properties) and two pieces of land in Teluk Air Tawar.
State PAS commissioner and Permatang Pasir assemblyman Datuk Salleh Man does not own any property or shares.
He owns a motorcycle and a Toyota Corolla Altis, which he bought for RM5,000 and RM118,000 respectively.
Datuk Abdul Malik Abul Kassim of PKR does not own any property or shares.
Abdul Malik, who is also a state exco member and second-term Batu Maung assemblyman, is listed as owning a Proton Tiara, a Honda CRV and a Ford Ranger, which he bought for RM36,000, RM143,000 and RM32,000 respectively.
PKR’s first-term Machang Bubuk assemblyman Lee Khai Loon does not own any property but has 10,254 units of Amanah Saham Wawasan 2020 shares and a fixed deposit of RM41,990.
Sungai Pinang assemblyman Lim Siew Khim of DAP only owns a flat and a Proton Wira which she bought for RM50,00 and RM43,000 respectively. She took loans of RM45,000 and RM23,000 to buy the flat and car respectively.
Sungai Bakap assemblyman Maktar Shapee of PKR owns an inherited land in Seberang Prai Selatan and a Proton Persona which he bought for RM60,000.
He does not own any property, shares or unit trust shares.