PAS in Selangor
We (also) prevented DAP from holding local elections in order to prevent the Chinese to dominate the city. We’ll not allow the city to be dominated by DAP, legalising alcohol and gambling for Muslims. That’s the answer. Simple.
Tuan Guru Abdul Hadi Awang, PAS president, responding to DAP secretary general Lim Guan Eng’s remark that the party chooses to remain in Selangor state government is to ensure that PAS was unable to get up to any mischief
TG Hadi to Husam
Let him make the oath. If what he says is right and we are lying, he should take the oath.
Tuan Guru Abdul Hadi Awang, PAS president, daring former party vice-president Husam Musa to take the oath which resulted in the latter saying he would divorce his wife if he were to break the oath
No to Umno-BN
PAS will never join Barisan. Our stance is firm and clear. But we will still work with them in tackling national and development issues. We want to be the Opposition party that advises the Government.
Tuan Guru Abdul Hadi Awang, PAS president, stressing that the party will never join BN
Terrorism in Paris
Before that [the terrorist acts of Irgun and Haganah], there were no such terrorist attacks anywhere, not even in the Middle East.
Dr Mahathir Mohamad, fingering the work of Irgun, the Zionist terrorist organisation, and Haganah, the militant Jewish body - both active in the period before the creation of Israel - as antecedents for the atrocity the world witnessed in Paris on Friday
Leave from PBS
I may take a 12-month leave and let these people (other PBS supreme council members) do this job (lead party) ... no problem.
Joseph Pairin Kitingan, Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS) president, pondering whether to take leave from the party
Rude Attorney General
Apandi appears to be under the delusion that since we have retired from Government service, therefore we can no longer contribute constructive ideas for the good governance of our country.
G25 group of moderates, slamming Attorney-General Mohamed Apandi Ali for calling them “have-been government servants”
1MDB’s Edra Global Energy and electricity tariffs
This is because the prospective buyers of Edra must maintain the tariff as agreed upon in the power purchase agreement (PPA) which will be fixed throughout its duration. So, anyone, buying the company cannot raise the rates.
Arul Kanda Kandasamy, 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) president and group executive director, insisting that the sale of Edra Global Energy Bhd will not affect electricity tariffs