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- PAS willing to lose Kelantan rather than give way to Amanah
- One million signatures collected for Citizens' Declaration have no impact
- DAP yet to show public accountability
Posted: 16 May 2016 12:19 AM PDT
"This is one thing PAS cannot compromise on and we are willing to lose all rather than work with traitors."
"I am aware of Amanah's subtle tactics and they will try to make a deal with us that they will contest for the Parliamentary seats while the state seats will be contested by PAS.
"This is a party that will be satisfied should they only win one seat in Kelantan but PAS will give no quarter to PAN," the Kelantan Deputy Commissioner said in his speech at the Pengkalan Chepa PAS division recently.
The closed door meeting was officiated by party president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang, and the video was uploaded on Mohd Amar's facebook on Sunday.
Amar likened Amanah to a robber who runs away with other's property, but when apprehended tries to negotiate a share of the loot.
"How can we work with these people who have betrayed the party? I want to state it very clear that we will never have anything to do with Amanah. Not today, tomorrow or ever," he said sternly.
Posted: 15 May 2016 11:17 PM PDT
Speaking to reporters in Parliament here on Monday, the Umno secretary-general said the figure was insignificant because it only constituted a small number compared with Malaysia's population of almost 30 million.
On claims of university students signing the Citizens' Declaration, Tengku Adnan said it was not an issue.
He said it was likely that the students signed because they did not know what they were doing.
Dr Mahathir earlier said that the verified online signatures as of Thursday noon were 1,071,997, with more than 200,000 more unique verified signatures on paper.
The former premier claimed the movement had met its initial target in just two months, even though it had given itself a year-end deadline.
Posted: 15 May 2016 06:43 PM PDT
The public has yet to see any form of "action or public accountability" from DAP, said MCA Youth secretary-general Datuk Leong Kim Soon.
Referring to the sacking of Teluk Datok assemblyman Loh Chee Heng recently, Leong questioned whether the DAP was trying to take credit for the sacking.
"In the name of transparency, MCA Youth wishes to inquire how many complaints, be it written, verbal or through news reports, has DAP received about their 100 plus Yang Berhormat at both the federal and state level?
"Why is DAP keeping the complaints hush hush and only choose one sacrificial lamb?
"Likewise, why has the DAP disciplinary committee not seen to have taken action against DAP Kajang councillor Lee Kee Hiong who, after the 2008 political tsunami, had managed all of DAP exco Ean Yong Hian Wah's allocations for his constituency," asked Leong.
He said Lee had admitted that the director of WSK Services, Lee Wye Wing, the company which was given most of the projects below RM20,000 in Kajang then, was her uncle.
The DAP had investigated a written complaint it received in March and found there was a basis for it.
DAP acting national chairman Tan Kok Wai said internal investigations conducted by the Selangor DAP committee found evidence of financial misconduct on Loh's part.
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