You want PKR?

Posted: 11 May 2014 11:03 PM PDT


Are you sure you want this party to lead Putrajaya in the next general election?

Think, guys... before the whole country turns upside down!

Who is Anwar Ibrahim?

Posted: 11 May 2014 11:46 AM PDT


Listen to this man, Ng Lum Yong, former PKR vice president and one of the party's co-founders.

I don't think he lied about who Anwar Ibrahim is. It takes someone who is close to the opposition leader, someone who knows him inside out, to tell such 'a story'.

Evaluate it yourself, friends!

Hudud postponed

Posted: 11 May 2014 02:06 AM PDT

A-ah! I believe DAP, MCA, MIC, Gerakan and other non-Muslim parties and organisations are free of their anxiety over the 'hudud' or Islamic law planned by PAS for Kelantan. At least, some Malays who also opposed the law are relieved.

PAS today announced the postponement of hudud, scheduled to be tabled at the Dewan Rakyat later this year. It came after much brouhahas and 'tug or war game', not only among component parties of Barisan Nasional but also among Pakatan Rakyat's PAS, DAP and PKR. 
KUALA LUMPUR: PAS has decided to postpone the tabling of the Private Member's Bill for the implementation of hudud law in Kelantan.
PAS deputy president Mohamad Sabu, who read a statement issued by party president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang, said that the party agrees with the suggestion to form a technical committee between the federal government and Kelantan state government.
"The committee will observe and review the suggestion towards implementing the Syariah Criminal code (II) 1993 State of Kelantan.
"Therefore, the proposal to table the Private Member's Bill at the Dewan Rakyat during the next sitting in June will not be continued," he told reporters during a press conference at PAS headquarters here today.
He added that by not tabling the bill, it will allow the technical committee to form recommendations and to take the next step.
"This is a government to government (G2G) matter, and not a party matter," he said, adding that PAS is serious about the matter.
The decision was made by the PAS central committee meeting today.
He added that its Pakatan Rakyat partners, PKR and DAP, will be informed of the matter through the media.
The proposal on the private bill was first brought up by the party in April this year, while Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin had suggested the formation of the joint committee.
This matter has brought about mix reactions from various quarters, on whether it should be implemented or not.
The Muslims and Malays may feel the defeat, taking it as a setback for the possibility of Umno-PAS merger that will strengthen their political supremacy in a multiracial nation, while it is also not a good tiding for the Chinese who wanted to see MCA-DAP cooperation.

So, no winner nor no loser. It was a gimmick by PAS and Pakatan Rakyat to jitter our political arena, knowing how intact the opposition pact is.

Looks like nobody's laughing.

However, if PAS was serious to implement 'hudud' in Kelantan, the could had done it a long time ago, more than 20 years ago after taking the state from BN. Why only now?


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