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Saturday, December 1, 2012
PAS break off from Pakatan Rakyat over appointment of new Prime Minister
LUMPUR – It is not impossible for Pakatan Rakyat to break up if Pas
remains firm in having its president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang
appointed Prime Minister in the event of an opposition victory in the
next general election, according to an expert.
“It is not impossible for DAP or Pas to break away from the
coalition. We know that DAP will never allow a Prime Minister who wants
to have an Islamic state,” said Mohd Roslan Mohd Saludin a former fellow
of Shariah, Law and Political Sciences at the Institute of Islamic
Understanding Malaysia (IKIM).
“If Pas manages to win a majority, it is expected for them to demand
for the top position, or they will risk being seen as a spineless party
by their supporters,” he explained, adding that Pas could not ignore the
general sentiment of its grassroots members.
“Pakatan might have to re-evaluate their cooperation because (Datuk
Seri) Anwar has been a factor in uniting both Pas and DAP,” he added.
A recent news report stated that Pas president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi
Awang has welcomed a suggestion from Pas delegates that he be made the
Prime Minister if the Pakatan Rakyat coalition wins in the next general
The Marang MP was quoted as saying at Pas’ Annual Muktamar (general
assembly): “Sometimes, it can be ‘syok’ (a thrill) (to be proposed for
PM post) but I ask God that Islam be the winner. After that, (I) can be
anything, or even die.”
Mohd Roslan added that the apparent cracks in the coalition are
becoming more obvious despite a statement by PKR leader Datuk Seri Anwar
Ibrahim that the Prime Minister post is open for discussion.
However DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng reportedly said that the
party wants Anwar to hold the post if the opposition coalition wins.
Kota Belud MP Datuk Abdul Rahman wrote in his blog: “if Pas demands
for a vote of confidence in the Dewan Rakyat to show who gets the
biggest support or confidence to be the Prime Minister, and if BN
(Barisan Nasional) MPs, particularly Muslim BN’s MPs, vote in favor of
Pas’, then it is possible that Pas’ candidate for the Prime Ministership
will be the next Prime Minister and not (Datuk Seri) Anwar!”
Another blog post at Stop The Lies said cracks within Pakatan have
developed since the Muktamar, fuelled by the fact that Pas for once is
making a stand for the Prime Ministerial post and that they believe the
implementation of hudud is not impossible if they manage to win enough
Associate Professor Dr Mohd Noor Mad Yazid, a lecturer in
international relations at the School of Social Sciences at Universiti
Malaysia Sabah (UMS), opined that Pakatan’s seat distribution will
determine the status of the Prime Ministerial post.
“If Pas is given fewer seats to contest, especially in
Malay-dominated areas, the party might not stand a chance to win a
majority in the coalition,” Mohd Noor said.
“If Pas is given fewer seats, the party will be seen as second fiddle
by their supporters. This (seat allocation) is going to be tricky for
Pakatan,” he added. – The Mole