For example, on the issue of local council elections. Even though we do not support it, we do not attack them over it. Can't the DAP take the same approach as us? They don’t agree with hudud, that’s fine. But don’t attack, threaten and pressure us. If we wanted to fight with DAP on the local council elections issue, we could have, but we did not because we did not want to destroy Pakatan.
Mohd Amar Nik Abdullah, Deputy Kelantan Menteri Besar, discussing the hudud issue from Pakatan Rakyat’s internal perspective
The announcement will be made by Prime Minister and BN chairman Datuk Seri Najib Razak tomorrow or the day after. As we all know, hudud laws must be in line with the Federal Constitution. I am not saying we are against hudud. A law is a law. For a Muslim, God's law is law. The one who is 'playing' this is the DAP and Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR).
Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor, BN secretary-general
Umno should determine its stand as soon as possible. This is such an important issue. It cannot just be ignored.
Musa Hitam, former Deputy Prime Minister, urging Umno to make a stand on hudud as soon as possible
If all the presidents of the BN component parties fail in getting Najib’s and Umno’s stand by Tuesday, it would be more honorable if they disband their respective parties because it is evident that they have been bullied and sidelined by Umno in this hudud masquerade.
Rafizi Ramli, PKR secretary general
We (PKR) are not against the law of Allah. As Muslims, we cannot defy the laws of Allah as it has been stated in the Quran. But, the mechanism in which PAS has brought it about is disrespectful and against to the principles and spirits of Pakatan Rakyat...That was it.
Azmin Ali, PKR Deputy President
PKR has announced that it disagrees and we too cannot agree. But they (PAS) have gone against this. That is the problem.
Lim Kit Siang, DAP advisor, on PAS’ intention to table a private members’ bill on hudud
KPMG and 1MDB
KPMG has clearly failed to act with any integrity in this audit exercise and did not act with the necessary independence. Clearly, KPMG has failed Malaysians.
Tony Pua, Petaling Jaya Utara MP, accusing international independent auditors KPMG had "knowingly" taken an "active" part in trying to "cover up" the controversial 1MDB-Petrosaudi joint venture