The PAS president said that in a democracy, it is normal to plan to topple the unity government not only through elections but also through parliament
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The talk of the town since yesterday is PAS President Tan Sri Abdul Hadi Awang and his comments stating that there are plans to topple the current government and there is no party that can stop them from planning.
Abdul Hadi said that in a democracy, it is normal to plan to topple the unity government not only through elections but also through parliament. This includes statutory declarations, no-vote confidence resolutions, and supporters withdrawing their backing.
According to Abdul Hadi, this is very normal in a democratic country.
The people have taken to social media to offer their thoughts. One Twitter user @MissShirleyLIM even came up with a poem to show how she felt about it.
Pergi ke Marang menghisap candu, Hisap bersama sampai ke Pagoh, Siang malam asyik mengadu, Perangai syaitan, jahat & bodoh!@MissShirleyLIM via Twitter
Another user @PasolaOfficial pointed out the reasons why he thought Abdul Hadi wanted to topple the unity government.
Kalau korang nak tahu knp Hadi Awang menggelupur nk jatuhkan Kerajaan: 1) Mahkamah Pilihan Raya tolak bantahan Parlimen Marang 2)Sebutan perbicaraan kes bermula 6-21 MAC 2023 (kes sogokan pengundi) 3) Kes dibicarakan hadapan Hakim Datuk Hassan 4) Hadi akan jadi kluster mahkamah@PasolaOfficial via Twitter
When Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim was questioned about this, he said that Abdul Hadi had the right to plan and hope.
This ongoing difference of opinions does not stop here. Another issue that both MPs are at loggerheads is if politicians are allowed to talk about politics in mosques.
According to Abdul Hadi, there is nothing wrong in Muslim politicians giving sermons and also talk about certain political matters. However, Anwar has a different view on it.
According to Anwar, the ban that was placed on giving political talks in mosque should be followed and respected by all parties, as reported by Malay Mail.
Anwar also stated that if Abdul Hadi has a different perspective on it then he should be sending memorandums to the royalty rather than attacking the unity government.
What are your thoughts on these matters?