The before the dust of EGM clears up, some of the MCA leaders are already gearing up for another battle to wrestle the crown from the fallen leaders, Ong Tee Keat and Chua Soi Lek.
The two most obvious choices are vice-presidents Kong Cho Ha and Liow Tiong Lai. Others include Ng Yen Yen, Tan Kok Hong, Wee Ka Siong or even Chew Mei Fun.
However, should party elections be called, other former top MCA leaders like Dr Fong Chan Onn, Donald Lim Siang Chai or Ong Ka Chuan are likely to join the race to fill the leadership vacuum.
Chua Soi Lek may also try to make a comeback.
Too bad. Whoever leads the party will not be able to excite the Chinese community. The new leadership will still need to explain to us how it intends to handle the PKFZ fiasco. It has to explain to the people why its delegates did not support the endeavour of its party president to address the crisis.
Any attempt of the new leadership to sweep the PKFZ fiasco under the carpet will be dealt with severely at the next general elections.