Macau (MNA) – The Pearl Horizon Condominium Owners United Association, headed by Kou Meng Pok, has delivered a letter to the head of the Macau Liaison Office on Monday urging action to be taken to deal with the Pearl Horizon case.
In a copy of the letter provided to Macau News Agency (MNA), the association appeals to Fu Ziying, the newly-appointed head of Liaison Office to take action on the Pearl Horizon case due to some 3,000 affected home buyers holding authentic real estate certificates.
According to the letter, the association urges the Liaison Office to take action as it has ‘absolute power’ over the Macau jurisdiction.
In addition, the letter also asserts that the Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) has been repeatedly asked to open an investigation, but has not responded.
This is not the first time the association has tried to seek help from the government, although in October, the group had presented a letter at the Macau SAR Government headquarters giving approval to the official government plan – with certain conditions.
The conditions were the following, namely, that each household should be provided with a unit, the price of the units have to be similar to the ones that the buyers were originally promised, the temporary housing project should not be able to be repossessed for at least five years and the layout of the units should be similar to those promised to the buyers.