Hadi: PAS’ duty to ensure Muslims in power No election is an echo of the past

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The memory last general elections  DAP and PKR in past elections had forced Umno and BN’s defeat in 89 parliamentary seats, and wrested the popular vote. party president Abdul Hadi’s Awang new imperatives of strength with UMNO but will it work DAP is predominantly made up of non-Muslim members while Bersatu is the converse says Hadi
PKR, which has a balance of Muslim and non-Muslim members, is maintaining talks with PAS in hopes to forge a political pact between Pakatan Harapan, Bersatu and PAS.is history says Mahathir.He said political co-operation with DAP and PKR in past elections had forced Umno and BN’s defeat in 89 parliamentary seats, and wrested the popular vote.
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However, the imbalanced number of seats among the political parties and between Muslims and non-Muslim representatives prompted PAS to review the co-operation.
“Did you realise how the seats were divided? Of the 89 opposition seats, 21 belongs to PAS, 30 to PKR and 38 to DAP.”PAS contributed 25 percent of the election machinery (for the political pact) while the other parties did their part, but the seats are not divided in the same way.”Our people were in the trenches yet the only payback was cheers of victory. Do we realise this?” he asked.”In the 89 seats held by opposition, only 39 are held by Muslims, while 50 are by non-Muslims,”feels like a knock on the door in the dead of a dark night. There was no choice but to open the door, but one is filled with a sense of dread as to what exactly one has let in. Mornings and new beginnings are known to arouse hopefulness, but it is likely that 2017 will only make concrete what 2016 has darkly hinted at. When mature democracies throw up decisions rooted in hate and anger, and when policy becomes rooted in impulse or delusions of grandeur, there is reason to worry.The shock is that PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang. could not read the internal map of every constituency as well as he once did The desire for change, the more radical the better, the less pragmatic the more attractive, points to a deep disaffection with politics as it has come to be practiced. And while there are always reasons that can be summoned up to explain this anger, it is still worth asking if the world has indeed become such a terrible place, that democracies are acting in such populist rage?. UMNO confidence lies in its brilliant management of the most important gene in democracy’s biology. It consolidated its vote, while PAS dissipated its support. UMNO has become the natural recipient of the non-Muslim and Muslim vote, both of which have well-defined geographies and therefore, tip their candidates into the lead. PAS strength in the next  election, will hinge around 15-odd seats within the Kelantan cluster. If there is any further dispersal of Muslims vote may goes to PKR and DAP  — and do remember Mahathir sentiment‘if’ attached – then its seat-slippage will continue from PAS

PAS party president Abdul Hadi’s Awang new imperatives of strength with UMNO but will it work DAP is predominantly made up of non-Muslim members while Bersatu is the converse says Hadi
PKR, which has a balance of Muslim and non-Muslim members, is maintaining talks with PAS in hopes to forge a political pact between Pakatan Harapan, Bersatu and PAS.is history says Mahathir.He said political co-operation with DAP and PKR in past elections had forced Umno and BN’s defeat in 89 parliamentary seats, and wrested the popular vote.

However, the imbalanced number of seats among the political parties and between Muslims and non-Muslim representatives prompted PAS to review the co-operation.

“Did you realise how the seats were divided? Of the 89 opposition seats, 21 belongs to PAS, 30 to PKR and 38 to DAP.”PAS contributed 25 percent of the election machinery (for the political pact) while the other parties did their part, but the seats are not divided in the same way.”Our people were in the trenches yet the only payback was cheers of victory. Do we realise this?” he asked.”In the 89 seats held by opposition, only 39 are held by Muslims, while 50 are by non-Muslims,” he said.

Najib said, when the enemy is committed to a mistake we must not interrupt him too soon.”
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The rationale for the most transformative event of 2017 is the coming general elections   .
In electoral science, statistics are illustrative, interpretation is critical and everything is fluid. Politics is evolutionary, and evolution – even Darwin’s – is a theory, not a fact. No election is an echo of the past, let alone a mirror of the future. In theory, good governance should ensure an inter-flow of resources and opportunities to create a better whole but Umno and PAS  the too extremes have become too diffuse for coherent  analysis What symbolism!  between the lethal adrenalin of faith supremacy between  corruption and exploitation and manipulation, the bitter, toxic romance of regression was written in the coming general elections do not justify the self-evident
The anger is directed at the recent past, and the answer is sought in returning to the idea of the past- one that is simpler, cleaner and more comfortable with older certitudes. The desire for sweeping change by challenging some dominant narratives of the day is in effect a desire to arrest change.
‘Non-Muslim can take over’
By swaying 30 additional MPs, non-Muslims can determine the outcome of a vote of no-confidence in Parliament and form a new government where only 39 MPs are Muslim while 89 are not.
A statistical approach to national elections is more likely to provide accurate predictions

A critical mass has now formed for a stable government at the Centre, but interest groups and legitimate demands
The party intends to solidify its position in Kelantan and Selangor, where it now forms state government, and seek to regain power in Terenggau and Kedah,Hadi said it is PAS responsibility to defend Islam and to ensure Muslims are in a position of power, even if it cannot obtain a simple majority of 112 seats in Parliament.

“Our strategy will break Umno’s arrogance and bring about change in our country.

“We must understand. We cannot move forward if we don’t look back and reflect on our weaknesses,” he reportedly said in a special president’ address in Kedah.
PAS aims to win at least 40 parliamentary seats in the next general election in a bid to ensure Muslim clout in Malaysian politics, said party president Abdul Hadi Awang.

The shock is that PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang. could not read the internal map of every constituency as well as he once did The desire for change, the more radical the better, the less pragmatic the more attractive, points to a deep disaffection with politics as it has come to be practiced. And while there are always reasons that can be summoned up to explain this anger, it is still worth asking if the world has indeed become such a terrible place, that democracies are acting in such populist rage?. UMNO confidence lies in its brilliant management of the most important gene in democracy’s biology. It consolidated its vote, while PAS dissipated its support. UMNO has become the natural recipient of the non-Muslim and Muslim vote, both of which have well-defined geographies and therefore, tip their candidates into the lead. PAS strength in the next  election, will hinge around 15-odd seats within the Kelantan cluster. If there is any further dispersal of Muslims vote may goes to PKR and DAP  — and do remember Mahathir sentiment‘if’ attached – then its seat-slippage will continue from PAS

Statistics across the partisan border are no less fascinating. Why is the PAS considered the senior partner of the PAS-UMNO alliance

Hadi has consistently rejected co-operation with DAP in the 14th general election,DAP is predominantly made up of non-Muslim members while Bersatu is the converse.PKR, which has a balance of Muslim and non-Muslim members, is maintaining talks with PAS in hopes to forge a political pact between Pakatan Harapan, Bersatu and PAS.
Rafizi said there are two possible scenarios in the next general election. It is either 130: 92 or 96:126 Barisan Nasional versus Pakatan Harapan. From the looks of it Mahathir has just made it 130:92 in favour of Barisan Nasional, although I would place my bet on 150:72 Barisan Nasional versus Pakatan Harapan. Anyway, let’s see what happens in the next general election.

DAP can win is 45 out of 222 parliament seats? Would Pakatan Harapan not need 126 parliament seats to walk in to Putrajaya (as Rafizi Ramli predicts they will win) and should DAP not win at least 64 of those 126 seats to be in charge? That would be how one would look at it if one is of a simple mind. DAP does not need 64 seats. All DAP needs is 45 seats, or even less, as long as the rest of the parliamentarians are DAP’s proxies or Ali Baba (or at least 20 of them).That was when DAP ‘upgraded’ its ambition and aspiration. No longer was DAP just focused on winning Penang. It was now aiming to win Penang, Perak, Selangor, Johor, Negeri Sembilan, Sabah, Sarawak, and many more states, resulting in DAP winning federal power. The 2008 and 2013 general elections have shown that it was difficult but not impossible as they had originally thought.
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