Monday, January 30, 2023

Hadi Awang: Anwar’s ‘minority government’ is made up of robbers, pirates, and gangsters

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PAS president Tan Sri Hadi Awang has once again made the unity government led by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim his target for accusation by labelling it as a ‘minority government supported by robbers, pirates, gangsters, secret societies, and givers and recipients of bribes’.

Through Harakah Daily, PAS’s mouthpiece, Hadi said that Pakatan Harapan (PH) mentioned they will fight corruption, robbers and pirates, but they invite these type of people to make up their numbers when forming a unity government.

“We have dignity. We Muslims have to follow the laws of our religion. God’s order is superior to the orders of all the governments in this world. This must be understood,” he said.

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Earlier, Hadi claimed that Anwar’s unity government is a minority government with minority support as it is dominated by DAP and non-Muslims.

He added Perikatan Nasional (PN), together with Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) and the Gabungan Rakyat Sabah (GRS), has managed to garner more than 80% of the Malays voters in Peninsular Malaysia and Bumiputeras in Sabah and Sarawak.

According to Hadi, this makes PN the ‘majority-elect legitimate government’.

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Hadi’s Malaysia Boleh

Hadi then explain that PH’s minority government is only made up of PKR, DAP, Amanah and supposedly UMNO but the protest in UMNO has indicated that something unhealthy is happening.

“Some people say it’s true that they have a Kita Boleh! theme. Apparently everything is allowed, whether halal (permissible) or haram (prohibited), even cheating is allowed,” Hadi said.

“So, how can we be expected to follow the minority government? Especially when something immoral is happening and more so, we are the majority. The method is we need to be patient, we still respect the rule of democracy.”

Anwar’s unity government was backed by 148 MPs from PH (82), BN (30), GPS (23), GRS (6), as well as Warisan (3), Muda (1), Parti Bangsa Malaysia (1) and 2 others. Malays made up the most with 50 being ethnic Malay, followed by Chinese MPs at 43, Muslim Bumiputera from East Malaysia (27), non-Muslim Bumiputera from East Malaysia (16), and Indian or others (12).

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