There is no Pakatan Rakyat if there is no PR Common Policy Framework or PR consensus operational principle

Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s concern from Sungai Buloh Prison about the fate of Pakatan Rakyat after the PAS Muktamar is the concern of the majority of Malaysians who had voted for PR in the last general elections two years ago, reposing their trust and hopes in PR to spearhead the political, socio-economic, educational and nation-building changes and end the corruption, cronyism and abuses of power rampant in the country if Malaysia is to achieve its full greatness as a nation.

DAP and I reaffirm our commitment to the PR Common Policy Framework and the PR consensus operational principle which had been the basis of PR’s success in the 2013 General Election, which ensured that the Najib government is a minority government for the first time in the nation’s history and denied the UMNO/BN coalition two-thirds parliamentary majority for the second general elections.

The UMNO/BN coalition is on its last legs, but there is no way Malaysians can continue to repose their trust and hope in Pakatan Rakyat if we cannot be steadfast, constant and consistent in our commitment to the PR Common Policy Framework and the PR consensus operational principle.

In fact, it is because of the serious violations of the PR Common Policy Framework and the PR consensus operational principle that PR at the national leadership level had effectively ceased to function for the past year.

It is no exaggeration to say that there will be no PR if there is no PR Common Policy Framework and the PR consensus operational principle.

The new PAS leadership killed Pakatan Rakyat at the PAS Muktamar and there are no signs of any effort to resuscitate PR by reaffirming the PR Common Policy Framework and PR consensus operational principle.

  1. #1 by Noble House on Tuesday, 9 June 2015 - 5:58 pm

    I quote from an earlier posting here:

    “In his presidential address, Hadi made it clear that PAS was not quitting PR. He expounded that PAS will remain in PR, but on its own terms. The argument that PAS members did not join the party to win seats, but rather to gain blessings and merits from God. A true victory for the party is not to capture Putrajaya but to ensure that Islam is implemented in totality in the country.”

    Frankly, I don’t see how any relationship can work under these circumstances. Hudud is just a ruse. It’s all about power at any costs when the ends justify the means. Whither PAS?

  2. #2 by tchow on Wednesday, 10 June 2015 - 10:12 am

    As new leadership from PAS still committed to work with PKR, the challenge would tough on seat allocation in next GE.
    if too little, PAS may withdraw from coalition to create 3 corner fight.
    if too much, PAS may quit on nomination day to endorse umno victory.
    if PR won and PAS has highest number among components, does DAP agree PM candidate from PAS
    Does PAS negotiate with umno to form unity government to secure bigger majority?
    Could even PR sharing same election manifesto?

  3. #3 by Bigjoe on Wednesday, 10 June 2015 - 11:30 am

    Why did you join PR? Because of god. Why did you break your word? Because of god. Why did you work with your enemy? Because of god..Why did mess up the country later? Because I was looking to god…

    Its all very convenient.. THIS is why religo-govt don’t work – anything wrong – they point to God – so don’t have to answer. The Malays imagine religion and god as the ultimate guide with all the answer, the idea that it can be used as a weapon of excuses is alien – not in their prayers, not in their religo-text, not even talked about over kopi..

  4. #4 by justanotherakyat on Wednesday, 10 June 2015 - 11:38 am

    Good morning uncle lim…dap should start sorting the seats for the next election..immediately…plan ahead to defend the seats.

    Keadilan is going to get lose some seats while Pas is going to gain some and Bn will still be in power. : )

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