Ok here’s a thought. “Bersatu kita teguh, bercerai kita roboh!” Unfortunately, this is waaay… far from what is being implemented in Pakatan Rakyat. Hardly a year old, this opposition coalition is already in jeopardy of dismantling. PR as we all know is comprises of PAS, PKR and DAP. However, there was a big possibility for the opposition coalition to be left handicapped with only 2 members. DAP has raised its voiced and showed its veto towards PAS’s intention to execute the hudud laws (Islamic penal code) if PR were to rule the country. DAP even threatened to withdraw from the coalition if PAS insist to carry on with the law. As DAP chairman, Karpal Singh has made himself clear that the hudud laws did not make up the DAP principles and were not contained in the PR manifesto in the beginning. It was evidently unfair to DAP as one of PR members to be ruled out from any decision made by the coalition. In fact it is unfair to all Malaysians if such cases to take place in our society. Imagine leaving in a country where your voice is not heard, where leaders act only to their best interest, and decision made solely by an individual without going through an election. And let me point out another thing, if PR is planning to rule the country, they should first show the nation that they are capable to rule and handle their own coalition. What is 3 members to compare with the whole nation right??? And if the whole comparison still didn’t get into your brain, let me put it this way…If you can’t even walk, why bother running!!! Cheers mate. Signing out. TheWonderWoman.
2 months ago