Ever since Kelantan’s State Assembly passed the amendment of Hudud law last week, we could see various reactions, especially from Pakatan Rakyat’s camp.
Yes, there are many headlines, but the ones getting my attention is how DAP reacted.
Few days ago, just to address hudud using in the name of Rule of Law, Lim Kit Siang even dared to propose unity with Barisan Nasional, in which, something that is never being thought of being that easy.
With Pakatan Rakyat (PR) facing an inevitable split, DAP parliamentary leader Lim Kit Siang has suggested the formation of a “Save Malaysia” coalition, aimed at defending the Federal Constitution and rule of law.
Just to be mindful of when an idea was mooted of unity government between PAS and Barisan Nasional, PAS was lambasted and crucified.
And a day after, DAP cuts their ties with TG Hj Hadi (but not with PAS.. how is that?)
DAP says today it will end all ties with PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang, a move which puts the opposition pact, Pakatan Rakyat, in limbo.
DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng said the DAP central executive committee meeting last night had decided to “end ties and cease to work” with Hadi although it remained committed to PR. The party will discuss the pact’s future with PKR.
“DAP is unable to work with a PAS president like Hadi Awang who persists in such dishonest and dishonourable acts,” Lim said in a statement today.
A day before the father made a statement, and a day after, his son.
DAP starting to fire all angles. They accused PAS whatever they can to show how PAS has betrayed them.
I can expect more to come.
As for PKR, well, I think we can predict what they will do. They will keep quiet as long as they can and as when they can in regards to hudud.
And unfortunately for PKR, some already noticed that PKR only uses Islamic law and hudud whenever DS Anwar is in sex cases trouble, but not going to support when he is not involved.
Question on the street: How well was the tarbiyah again? Or PAS has done well, but the other parties deceived them?