Monday, August 24, 2020

Syed Saddiq serves PAS an ace, plus one too to Atuk


After slap on wrist for PAS minister, MP asks if hudud will be applied equally


Muar MP Syed Saddiq Abdul Rahman has raised the issue of whether the government will equally apply hudud if it is implemented.

This is after what he claimed appeared to be double standards in the law when a minister was only fined RM1,000 for skipping compulsory quarantine while ordinary citizens have faced significantly higher fines and a jail term.

"Ordinary citizens who breach quarantine are fined RM12,000 and jailed up to five months. When it involves a minister, a different 'law' is used to save friends.

"If hudud is implemented, ordinary citizens will have their hands amputated while the minister will instead have their nails (salary) cut," he said in a Twitter posting.

The implementation of hudud is a core campaign for PAS. Under the religious law, punishments can include amputation and stoning.


kaytee notes:

Good one Syed Saddiq, you're back in form. Yes, don't let your Atuk or Zakir Naik influence you, wakakaka.


Those eff-ing PAS with their double standards cannot be trusted to handle hudud punishment.

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And now:

Syed Saddiq to form own youth party

Former youth and sports minister Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman 

PETALING JAYA: Former youth and sports minister Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman has confirmed that he will not be joining Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s new party Pejuang.

The former PPBM youth chief will instead form his own political party which will be multiracial and youth-centric.

“If in Thailand they can set up Future Forward, in France they can set up En Marche under Macron, I think it is timely in Malaysia to start-up a movement made of young people.

“Of young technocrats, professionals, young politicians from different backgrounds to come together to ensure that the youth’s voice will dominate in Parliament and outside of Parliament, that in the end, the youth can never be taken lightly any more.

“It is timely today so that politics will never be chained by the same people, being controlled and monopolised by the same old people,” he told Channel NewsAsia while campaigning for the Pejuang candidate in Slim.

Mahathir, the former PPBM chairman, said he was setting up the new independent Malay political party as his old party’s original struggles had been cast aside.

When Mahathir first announced the party, he was joined by his son Mukhriz, Marzuki Yahya, Maszlee Malik, Amiruddin Hamzah and Shahruddin Md Salleh, while Syed Saddiq was noticeably missing.

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  2. Yes Syed Saddiq...Go ahead bro and form your new party that focuses on youth. They are the backbone of our country and the future of this country in their hand.