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“Karpal: Deregister PAS and all race and religion-based parties, associations”, this is the title of an article from The Star that caught my attention.
GEORGE TOWN: Bukit Gelugor MP Karpal Singh has called for all race-based parties, including PAS, to be deregistered.
He said the time had come for all such political parties, as well as professional bodies formed according to racial and religious lines, to be deregistered.
“This applies to all political parties, including PAS, unfortunately,” said Karpal in a press conference Tuesday.
As the chairman of DAP, I don’t think Karpal should made that statement as PAS is an ally of DAP in Pakatan Rakyat.
It shows that Karpal does not respect PAS even after PAS has been helping DAP until some of PAS’s members went against PAS and vote for UMNO.
Anyway, will PAS agree with Karpal’s idea and allow people from other religion to join the party?
Can PAS members and PAS’s Dewan Ulama accept Karpal’s idea?
Is this part of DAP’s plan to humiliate PAS?
If such statement was made by an UMNO’s leader, PAS and Pakatan Rakyat will surely be very, very angry and their leaders will make all kinds of statements against it.
But now, will PAS dare to say anything since it was DAP’s Karpal Singh who made the statement?
I’m waiting for the response from Haji Hadi, Harun Taib, Harun Din, Nik Aziz, Mohamad Sabu, Mahfuz Omar, Khalid Samad, Mujahid Yusof Rawa and others on this issue.
Datuk Seri Zahid Hamidi, Malaysia’s Minister of Home Affairs, had won the highest vote in UMNO’s Vice-President election.
Datuk Seri Zahid Hamidi won 185 votes, Datuk Shafie Apdal won 174 votes during the election, while Datuk Seri Hishamuddin Hussien Onn won 100 votes and Datuk Mukhriz Bin Mahathir won 91 votes.
Congratulations to Datuk Seri Zahid Hamidi!
PKR’s Deputy President, Mohamad Azmin Ali called medias for a press confrence today after writing statements on his twitter about Anwar Ibrahim’s Suara Rakyat, Suara Keramat program last Wednesday.
“Terima keputusan rakyat. Maju ke hadapan dengan dasar peduli rakyat bukan membuli rakyat demi kesejahteraan dan kemakmuran negara. Ikuti penjelasan dalam masa terdekat.”
But during his press confrence, he said something totally off topic.
“Khabar-khabar angin ini mengambarkan, saya akan letak jawatan dalam parti dan sebagai wakil rakyat yang dipilih sebagai ahli dewan negeri kawasan Bukit Antarabangsa dan ahli parlimen Gombak. Saya percayakhabar-khabar angin ini dimulakan oleh UMNO dan Barisan Nasional.”
Blaming UMNO and BN again?
But what has UMNO and BN done to him?
It was all about his statements, the Selangor Menteri Besar post and Anwar.
May be it was UMNO’s and BN’s conspiracy to let PR wins Selangor causing them to fight over the Menteri Besar post.
Malaysiakini reported that Pakatans leader Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim had made a statement that:
“Anwar to retire if he loses next polls.”
So now, I wonder when will he be going to retire since Pakatan had lost the GE 13.
Well, of course he would not accept the fact that the majority of the Malaysian had voted for the Barisan Nasional.
But I don’t think that Barisan Nasional had cheated to win yesterday’s election.
Anyway Anwar and his allies will think of funny, weird and unbelievable stories to prove that they were cheated and their confused supporters will happily accept their stories.
Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya (SPR) had used indelible ink so that people can’t vote two times as asked by them but they are still complaining.
So is Anwar Ibrahim going to retire and run away from Malaysia, or will he cancel his decision and spin another story or make a statement that he never made such statement to Malaysiakini?
Yang Berhormat Dato’ Seri Anwar bin Ib rahim tweeted on 5/5/13 at 3:57 am saying:
“ PR has won. We urge UMNO and the EC to not attempt to hijack the results.”
But I thought that PR loses and even lost a state which is Kedah.
He tweeted this before the election started, it was very early in the morning when the sun has not even risen yet.
How can he be so sure that PR won?
May be he did not know what he was doing because he was too tired worrying what will happen if BN wins.
Or may be he dreamt that PR wins; and when he woke up he thought that PR really has won the general election 🙂