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Zaid [Ibrahim] said the ambition of certain leaders had resulted in strange political alliances, such as Bersatu (MKINI means Pribumi) being desperate to collaborate with PAS.
He also claimed to have got wind of PKR vice-president Tian Chua planning to campaign in Kelantan next week with his PAS counterpart Mohd Nik Amar Abdullah, who is the brains behind the controversial move to amend Act 355.
“Malaysians are pissed off with some of these politicians, and so am I,” he added.
The former minister also listed several questions for the candidates who should be considered to lead Malaysia, which are:
- Are they able to lead the opposition to victory?
- Will they oppose Hudud and Act 355?
- Will they support and affirm the decision of the Supreme Court in Che Awang Che Soh (1985) case that Malaysia is a secular democracy?
- Will they repeal all discriminatory laws in the country and make hate speech a crime?
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So, ... we now get wind of Tian Chua 'planning to campaign in Kelantan next week with his PAS counterpart Mohd Nik Amar Abdullah, who is the brains behind the controversial move to amend Act 355'.
Now, do you believe me when I accuse PKR of being sluttishly kang-kang, and deliberately treacherous to its other Pakatan partners, the DAP and AMANAH.
Never trust PKR. Never trust Azmin. Never trust Tian Chua.