Muktamar - Horses’ Mouths – 8 June 2015

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Alhamdulillah, PAS is the most disciplined in our tahaluf (cooperation with Pakatan). PAS has never betrayed this tahaluf. Tahaluf is a point of similarity [...] it does not matter our beliefs but in tahaluf, we work together.

Tuan Guru Abdul Hadi Awang, PAS president, defending the party and claiming it has never wronged Pakatan



Sabah quake

The federal and state governments will help those who have sacrificed, based on the formula normally used in the disbursement of disaster relief aid, which is RM5,000 from the state government and another RM5,000, for the victims who have died. It is for their families to arrange funerals and burials.

Muhyiddin Yassin, Deputy Prime Minister



No GST recipe from Ahmad Maslan

My recipe and fried it myself: Vegetables, eggs, chilli, rice, salt, meat, onions, chicken, oil, and cooking gas. No GST!

Ahmad Maslan, Deputy Finance Minister, attempting to serve up a Goods and Services Tax (GST) free fried rice dish this morning to educate the public



PAS-DAP’s political cooperation

When the motion was decided to be accepted without debate at the PAS muktamar […], it means, to approve that the motion be decided by the syura council and PAS central committee. It doesn’t mean we have passed the motion to let the muktamar decide on the party’s relationship with DAP.

Mohd Khairuddin Aman Razali , PAS Ulama information chief


I am confident that the discussion would take account of all factors. I am also confident that the views and experience of state-level PAS would also be taken account.

Iskandar Abdul Samad, PAS vice president, insisting that PAS Selangor has no problems staying in the Pakatan Rakyat government



Penang state government

Whilst I enjoy friendly and good working relations with many PAS representatives, I understand they would have to resign for ethical and moral reasons.

Lim Guan Eng, Penang chief minister, on PAS' motion to sever ties with DAP 


If I don't obey, they will say I'm not obeying the ulamas.

Mohamad Sabu, former PAS deputy president, announcing that he would resign from his posts in the Penang government in accordance with the party's pending decision to cut ties with DAP

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