There is turmoil behind the scenes because PKR wants all 43 Pakatan Rakyat state representatives to sign a Statutory Declaration saying that they support Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, and only her, as the new Selangor Menteri Besar.
The Selangor Menteri Besar’s Special Duties Officer, Azrul Azwar Ahmad Tajudin,that he is connected to the fake Kajang Move document on PAS Intimation Letter making its rounds on social networks.has bungled in stemming escalation rift between PAS and DAP-PKR the political saga of Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) has been dragging on for far too long. Granted, it was triggered by power struggle within the party, but what started as an internal affair has now snowballed into a constitutional crisis involving the Sultan of Selangor.His Royal Highness the Sultan of Selangor was originally due home on the 29th of August 2014. Then it was brought forward to the 27th and now to this Saturday the 23rd. Pakatan Rakyat, therefore, has only three days to resolve the Selangor Menteri Besar Crisis.
Malaysia practices a parliamentary system both at the state and the federal levels. It means that the Prime Minister, Chief Ministers and Menteri Besars must command the support and confidence of the Dewan Rakyat or the state assembly in order to remain in the job, and the role of the rulers is largely ceremonial as is the case with other constitutional monarchies such as the United Kingdom, Japan, New Zealand and Australia.
PAS has taken solemn oath to rise and sink with PK but shoke the very foundation by raising alternative. PAS should defend Kak Wan or die defending. The rest is story to pacify the ears.
DAP once against strongly criticized PAS for its strong sectarian views. But this time it was not about any bigoted religious views but for the duplicity that it practiced in its attitude to women. cared very little for empowering women and giving them their rightful place in society. that only a major change in people views could ensure the true empowerment of women.PAS providing lip service to the women’s empowerment issues watch out to make sure Mullahs imbibed true values and learnt to respect women. Certainly too feeble to gather similar traction
The Ruler is duty-bound to ensure a government can function effectively and efficiently, with the head of government being supported by the Dewan Rakyat or the state assembly. When this is not the case, the ruler ought to instruct the speaker to convene a special sitting on a vote of confidence, or the lack thereof.
the media’s fixation with the dodgy and supposed powerbrokers despite this reflects a larger malaise. It is partly mechanical and sometimes deliberate – worrisome in both cases — to reinforce stereotypes and condemn alleged Muslim herd mentality. Had that not been the case, the media would not have conveniently overlooked PAS’s history of political flip-flops and his failure to even influence voters This is the reason why the so-called secular parties fall back upon the self-styled community leaders at the eleventh hour. They tend to believe they would deliver in the absence of any personal connect. These ‘secular leaders’ need to be held accountable for shamelessly wooing clerics as vote contractors and promoting opportunistic fly-by-night community leaders for their short-term goals. This is the biggest disservice they have done for decades to the most marginalised community in the country. The ‘middlemen’ often get their ‘commission’ while pressing Muslim issues remain unresolved as a result. Tokenism becomes a substitute for them for five years before fresh promises are made.This tendency highlights the extent of the community’s ‘otherisation’ and how it is being pushed to the margins represented best by increasing ghettoization and the need for the secular parties to have conduits to seek their votes. The otherisation is reflected in the phraseology used in the media ‘like understanding Muslim mind’, which even in big urban centres are to be found in the ghettos. Even those who can afford the best housing are forced to live in there subhuman ghettos, where the struggle for even basic needs is a daily reality in a damning indictment of the legacy of PAS
Iskandar Samad PAS Mullah to takes Malaysia backward time to vote him out of N21 Cempaka.
PAS will not demand for the Selangor menteri besar (MB) position, the party’s state commissioner Iskandar Abdul Samad said today, despite the chance that the Sultan might reject Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail for the post and trigger a state election – See more at: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/we-wont-stake-claim-on-mb-post-says-selangor-pas-chief#sthash.HMoPn5ut.dpuf
“Don’t underestimate the Malays who are usually tolerant, patient and do not fight back when attacked but when they explode, it reaches up to the ceiling,” PAS Iskandar Samad warned.”Muslims are the majority in the country. Placing Islam at the same level as others is belittling the religion.” DAP and PAS are at the opposite ends of each other. Their party ideologies are too fundamentally different PAS.cannot accept a woman such as Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail as an imam. In fact, some even consider it haram. The Amina Wadud controversy in the US is a good example as it almost triggered a riot. Imam in this context means leader, not just the person leading a congregation in prayer. In regards to Imam (or Ayatollah) Khomeini, he was an imam of a nation, not an imam of prayers.Most PAS people are royalists – they consider the Sultan the head of Islam, akin to a Caliph. Hence they will never defy him as doing so will mean they are defying the Head of Islam. PAS knows the Sultan wants Khalid to remain as Menteri Besar and as such, they will support the Sultan’s choice.
It just shows PAS Iskandar Samad true colours, not Islam’s but these particular individuals. It is people like these who are “belittling” and embarrassing Islam, they think Islam needs their protection, and that effectively placed them above the religion. dealing with mullahs can never be a long-term solution. They are obstinate people who are totally out of sync with others, and yet continue to think they are the centre of the universe.