Saturday, August 30, 2014

Ass, curious case of convenient Judgement Can Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak.that he did not conspire with his wif


There seem to be lapses. Why? Why can’t we be honest? In any case, don’t get your hopes high, because basic principles of natural justice e.g. ‘beyond a reasonable doubt'; ‘precedence'; ‘fair hearing’ are all turned on its head.In order to win a case in court, the party making the charge of wrongdoing must meet a burden of proof.  The weight of the burden depends on the type of trial — civil or criminal — and sometimes on the specific charge.  In criminal trials, the burden of proof is reasonable doubt, which means that a normal person should not have any serious doubt about the truth of the charges.  Reasonable doubt is sometimes characterized as 95% certainty about the verdict.  In civil trials, the burden of proof is usually the much weaker preponderance of the evidence, meaning that a normal person weighing all of the relevant evidence would consider the charges more likely true than not.  Preponderance of the evidence is sometimes characterized as 51% certainty.  Finally, in a small handful of cases (such as patent infringement and termination of parental rights) an intermediate burden called clear and convincing evidence is used.  Clear and convincing evidence is sometimes characterized as 75% certainty.
The different burdens of proof are loosely reflected in the number of jurors required to reach a verdict.  In the federal system and in almost every State, unanimity is required in criminal trials.  In civil trials, unanimity is sometimes but not generally required; the exact number of jurors needed to render a verdict differs among jurisdictions.  (The number of members on a jury also differs substantially among jurisdictions.  In criminal trials, 12 is the usual number, but it is sometimes lower.  In civil trials, smaller juries are more common.  Juries almost always have at least 6 members.)
There are two primary sources of laws and legal rules:  legislatures and judges.  When the law has been created by legislators, it is called statutory law.  When it has been created by judges, it is called common law.
Criminal laws are all statutory.  But most of civil law has its origin in common law, albeit modified by various statutes.  The rules of common law are not to be found in codes written by a single authority, but instead in the case law — that is, the body of decisions made in previous decisions by judges.  The guiding principle of common law is the notion of precedent.  This means that judges are, in general, expected to make rulings that follow the pattern established in previous, similar cases.  When a new case arises whose resolution is not clearly dictated by existing precedents, the judge’s decision in the case becomes the precedent for future cases of a similar nature.  In this way, the common law develops over time in response to the cases that appear before the courts.
Common law is a venerable system with roots that precede the existence of the state.  The Anglo-American common law can be traced back to the local courts of Anglo-Saxon villages, long before there was an English king.  For many centuries, the common law system had authority independent of the king, but eventually the common law system was absorbed into the (previously separate) legal system of the state.
The United States inherited the common law system of the British, and at some point the U.S. Congress even passed a law that adopted the whole of the British case law as the starting point for American courts.  However, the law has developed differently in each State, so the current precedents may differ from State to State.  Louisiana, which was settled by the French, has a civil code system instead of common law.  Civil code is a system in which all civil law is passed by the legislature, as in France and much of continental Europe.  In the other States, civil law is now a hybrid of common law and civil code.
Jumanana HASEEN Under the veil, we are free souls
Why Najib and Rosmah Mansor did not the stand say under the court oath that the meeting was not related to events on June 26.why hide under his  his AG’s sarong
 Anwar’s lawyer Sankara Nair said the defence would call Najib and Rosmah Mansor to the stand to be grilled for their part in the conspiracy.
The complainant Saiful had met Najib two days before lodging the police complaint that eventually led to Anwar’s arrest. The prime minister had initially denied ever knowing Saiful but as photos of Saiful and his own aides began appearing in cyberspace, Najib U-turned and admitted to the meeting.Datuk Seri Najib Razak and his wife are not relevant witnesses to Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s ongoing sodomy trial, their lawyers claimed today, adding that the duo would not be able to offer any material evidence to the court.
Datuk Hisyam Teh, one of the lawyers representing the Prime Minister and Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor in their joint application to avoid testifying, said that the opposition leader has failed to furnish proof that the two were relevant witnesses.
The lawyer said Anwar’s application to compel Najib and wife to testify was merely a “fishing expedition” to seek information.
While Najib admitted to meeting Anwar’s accuser, Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan, on June 24, 2008  — two days before the alleged sodomy act — the PM’s lawyers stressed that the meeting was not related to events on June 26. read more Lawyers insist Najib, Rosmah not key to Sodomy II | Din 
The 64-year old Anwar was accused of sodomising his personal aide Saiful Bukhari Azlan, 25, at a plush condo on June 26, 2008 just weeks after Anwar announced his decision to make a parliamentary comeback.
If convicted, Anwar stands to be imprisioned for not less than 5 years and not more than 20 years under section 377B of the Penal Code.
Scores of Anwar supporters had packed the cortroom from as early as 4.30am. Many were from his constituency of Permatang Pauh in Penang. They were obviously upset by the ruling, which they felt insulted the Opposition Leader given the flimsiness of the charges that have been lambasted by world leaders from the United States, UK, Canada, Australia, Sweden to Ireland PKR leaders called for calm. Anwar’s wife and PKR president Wan Azizah told the media that it was another dark day for justice in the country.
Everyone knows Pattail got promoted to AG 
For his role in Anwar’s case for sodomy
Maha Shithead purposely brought him
To stop and kill Anwar Ibrahim
They now trying to do the same scenario
Najis, Musang, Pattail, bastards, the trio
Trying, again to do it all over
But round one went to Anwar’s favour
The judges have become brave and daring
Saying enough is enough to your raping
Of the court and the judiciary
With your repeated cases of sodomy
Pak Lah has not only been sleeping on his job as PM during the last 5 years, he is also very deaf to what the citizens had been crying-out loudly that his AG “practises selective prosecution”.
This serious perception is not only common local-coffee-shop topic but also among foreigners. So if Pak Lah really has ears, he should have heard this talk and should have taken remedial action instead of allowing him to “bermaharajalela” for too long.
So now Pak Lah, you are paying partly for his wrong-doings.
Pak lah left behind a legacy of being the most incompetent Malaysian PM. His circle of advisers and ministers shows him little respect and makes him looks like an idiot. Sad to say he lacks any leadership skills for the job.
..’The govt. must be prepared to review the presently unfettered powers of the AG’
Absolute power in the hands of AG can lead to absolute corruption just as absolute power in the hands of politicans can and will lead to absolute corruption.There must be proper check and balance if truth and justice are to have meaning and value to people who have respect for the system of rule of law.
You trust this Guni 4 Tahil? He was already a crook and a samseng during his school days. His brother was quite o.k.
Mahathir is the REAL culprit who destroyed our judiciary.Current crop of AG, DGP and the crooked police are his products! These shitheads whom are already corrupted to the core should be caught,charged and sentence in open,just and public court.These SOB’s are the living dead and souless bast*rd who won’t even think twice about prostituting their own mothers,daughter and country just for the sake of money! 

Selangor MB six year itch Politics might undergo a sea change PAS will lose big

Aziz and Hadi Show

Tan Sri Muhammad Muhammad a PAS man  Politics might undergo a sea change PAS will lose big 
The sudden surge in PAS’s electoral fortunes has caused some consternation in the which party President Abdul Hadi Awang headsPolitical observers see a possible clash between the pro-ulama and Erdogan factions with both sides said to be of equal strength in terms of numbers. Those expected at the meeting include Mohamad, Secretary-General Mustafa Ali, Nasrudin Hassan, Nik Abduh Nik Aziz, Hanipa Maidin and the three Vice-Presidents Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man.
Salahuddin Ayub and Husam Musa.The Erdogan group, whose leaning is towards Pakatan Rakyat, is likely to reject moves by the pro-ulama faction who is said to be intent for PAS to leave the opposition front. 

“But when the leaders choose to make themselves bidders at an auction of popularity, their talents, in the construction of the state, will be of no service. They will become flatterers instead of legislators; the instruments, not the guides, of the people. If any of them should happen to propose a scheme of liberty, soberly limited, and defined with proper qualifications, he will be immediately outbid by his competitors, who will produce something more splendidly popular. Suspicions will be raised of his fidelity to his cause. Moderation will be stigmatized as the virtue of cowards; and compromise as the prudence of traitors; until, in hopes of preserving the credit which may enable him to temper, and moderate, on some occasions, the popular leader is obliged to become active in propagating doctrines, and establishing powers, that will afterwards defeat any sober purpose at which he ultimately might have aimed.”

Mat Taib says PAS has been enjoying Chinese support since it joined the Pakatan Rakyat coalition. – The Malaysian Insider pic by Najjua Zulkefli, August 30, 2014.
Pakatan will win and PAS will not obtain any votes. If there is an election in Selangor, I feel PAS will lose at least 10 seats,PAS should not take the easy way out and leave the Pakatan Rakyat coalition as that would cause the Islamist party to suffer a huge defeat in Selangor, said Tan Sri Muhammad Muhammad Taib.PAS had taken a different stand from its allies, PKR and DAP, in the Selangor menteri besar crisis by insisting on nominating more than one name to replace Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim.
This was despite PR's stand in endorsing only one candidate, PKR president Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, for the state's top post.

The Royals across the country love to say how they have the interests of the rakyat at heart and all that other mushy stuff.If this is a fact and not some self-serving statement, then the Sultan of Selangor should postpone his trip overseas and ensure that the Selangor crisis is resolved according to the Law and in a transparent fashion.
Sultan of Selangor and Khalid
It is as simple and plain a truism as someone saying that all politicians are opportunists.  the political spectrum to pause and reassess. 
Aziz and Hadi ShowIt’s The Aziz-Hadi Show now–Balik Kampong

Khalid ib3
 A Recalcitrant take a bow, Khalid. You are officially a one-of-a-kind politician. You have been sacked from your political party, are unwanted by two of the three component parties in Pakatan Rakyat, do not seem to enjoy the support of the State Exco but yet believe that you should remain as the Menteri Besar. The only chaps who are wholeheartedly supporting you belong to UMNO-Barisan Nasional. Surely that is telling
It takes an ambitious man to cripple the administration of the richest state in our country. Because of his over-inflated ego, he has forgotten his pledge to serve the people of Selangor. All his talk about competency, accountability and transparency when he first took office in 2008 as Menteri Besar has come to nothing. It was just a political sweet talk.
In his second term, he began to show his true colours. Soon enough, power got to his head and he began to act without consulting his colleagues in Pakatan, and his own party. His conduct is unbecoming of a man reputed to be a person of integrity and competence.
Khalid Ibrahim has changed. He is today a besieged politician behaving like a wounded tiger who has chosen to deny  his former party’s chosen nominee to succeed him. He has been sacked by his own party, PKR. No man in his right senses will defy the people who felt then that he was right man for the job,  and can get away by flouting party discipline.
Like a real desperado, he goes around to defy his party, lobbies PAS to take his side, and in the process attempts to break the coalition, and goes on a Public relations campaign to seek public support. It is naive of him to expect responsible citizens in Selangor to accept his acts of defiance.
As if this is not enough, Khalid puts HRH The Sultan of Selangor in a quandary over who should be the legitimate Menteri Besar. I personally believe that HRH The Sultan has the wisdom, foresight, and experience to know that he cannot accept Khalid’s view that he ” has support from PAS and UMNO assembly persons”.HRH Tuanku will want to see concrete evidence of the validity of Khalid’s assertion.
BN will support Khalid "without any conditions"......
BN will support Khalid “without any conditions”……
Why does he want to cling to his present job? What is the deal? And with whom? These are unanswered questions which Khalid himself is not prepared to answer. If he is very confident that has the support of state assembly persons and wants to clear his name, Khalid should convene a special session of DUN (Dewan Undangan Negeri) Selangor to debate a motion of no confidence against him, since he has under the Selangor Constitution the power to convene such an assembly seating. 
Will he do it? No. I think he loathes to do it because this arrogant  man is not sure of his chances of retaining his post. In the meantime, if the present crisis persists, Selangor will be on auto-pilot. That is indeed a comedy, and a tragedy.
Former federal court judge Datuk Abdul Kadir Sulaiman said Menteri Besar Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim could advise the ruler to hold an emergency session.

"Alternatively, the assemblymen could petition the speaker to hold one, the speaker could then seek an audience with the ruler to convene the meeting," he said.Kadir, who is also a former member of the Terengganu Regency Council, said the first agenda would be the taking of a no-confidence vote against Khalid.
"If Khalid is defeated, the house could proceed to hold a confidence vote to determine who among the assemblymen had the confidence of their colleagues to be the next MB."Kadir said the floor of the assembly was the appropriate forum to decide the matter, despite the 2010 Federal Court ruling in Nizar v Zambry, which stated the measure of confidence in potential MB could also be determined outside the house.Khalid could then convey the results of the assembly meeting for the Sultan to appoint his successor,

PAS chief admits offering Azmin MB pos state government with Umno was to be formed, as 13 PAS assemblymen in unity govt with Umno
PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang yesterday told a stunned central committee meeting that he had offered Azmin Ali to join the Islamist party with a few of his PKR members to form a unity government with Umno in Selangor.
But, the meeting was told that PKR deputy president Azmin had turned down the offer.
A PAS central committee member, who attended yesterday's meeting, said Hadi confirmed this when Sepang MP Hanipa Maidin asked him about it, which led to a heated exchange between the two.
The PAS central committee member told The Malaysian Insider that Hadi confirmed he offered the menteri besar position to Azmin in order for a pact to be formed between PAS assemblymen, Umno and embattled MB Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim.
"If PKR can steal PAS assemblymen, then PAS can also do the same," Hadi had allegedly said.
The same PAS member then asked what was the meeting with Azmin about, to which Hadi said that he had asked the Bukit Antarabangsa assemblyman to join the party along with two or three other PKR assemblymen.
Hadi was also asked how the state government with Umno was to be formed, as 13 PAS assemblymen along with Azmin and two other PKR members would only make 16 assemblyman in the 56-seat state assembly.
Before Hadi could answer, another PAS member asked him if he was agreeable with cooperating with Umno.
The PAS president said "yes", adding that it was to protect the Malays.
This was revealed in a Facebook message which was being circulated, which the PAS central committee member confirmed to The Malaysian Insider.
Azmin, when met by reporters at the recent PKR Congress, had admitted that he had a discussion with the PAS president a couple of days before that. (It was later confirmed to be August 20).
One of the things they had talked about, Azmin said, was about the Pengkalan Kubor by-election.
The Malaysian Insider had reported that in the central committee meeting yesterday, Hadi had insisted that Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail be removed as a candidate for the MB post, as she was a woman and was also not qualified.
Hadi's stand yesterday contradicted his earlier statement when he himself had suggested Dr Wan Azizah and Azmin to be presented to the Sultan of Selangor as candidates for the MB post.
Azmin, however, was rejected by the 13 PAS assemblymen at the meeting yesterday.
Selangor PAS reps Saari Sungib (Hulu Klang) and Hasnul Baharudin (Morib) had broken away from the party's consensus to declare their support for Dr Wan Azizah in order to save the Pakatan Rakyat state government.
In a press conference after the PAS central committee meeting yesterday, Mustafa told reporters that PAS has decided to leave it to the wisdom of the Sultan of Selangor to determine the Selangor menteri besar position.
Hadi's a tight lid on infighting and internal power struggles before they get out of hand.Outburst Growing discontent with PAS leader may blow up at its AGM next month.

Najib's dream Anti-PAS political realignment in the coming months PAS being decimated in Malaysian Politics

Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad No way remote control PM can stay in office

 Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad systematically destroying the National Front government Having said this, we should now ask ourselves this all-important question. What are we to make of this episode? Is it serious enough to hurt the credibility, functioning of the UPA government? The answer: Yes, it is serious but probably only as much as any intermittent bickering within any large organisation or party. We tend to think of UMNO as a massive, monolithic block forgetting that they are composed of individuals and factions with different and often competing interests both at the bottom and the top. Individuals at the bottom are numerous and they are foot soldiers or smaller leaders but the higher you go the people become more important
Seldom has the saying been more true than now that the rumour mills of UMNO grind slowly, but they grind exceeding small. The political grapevine of the capital is abuzz with a whispered earful — or perhaps that should be yearful, in that it might continue doing the rounds of gossip for a year — that the PM is keeping a close tab on  Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad and his gang Perhaps foremost of the rumours about the watchful PM who seems to be taking all too seriously the saying that constant vigilance is the price we pay for democracy is that he took to task  Mukhriz Mahathir Menteri Besar Kedah Darul Aman  for alleged ‘misconduct’. This led to the further rumour that this signalled a supposed rift between the PM and Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad While both  and the PM’s close confidant,Umno secretary-general Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan , were quick to deny any such schism, other rumours cropped up which seemed to corroborate the PM’s image as one who exemplifies the saying that duty lies in the eyes of the beholder. According to such tittle-tattle,Najib seems to be both omnipresent and omniscient in spotting the most minor deviation from the straight and narrow on the part of his party colleagues.The PM’s reputation as an all-seeing visionary has been further buttressed by another apocryphal tale regarding another nameless minister who was having dinner with an unidentified tycoon in a five-star hotel, in contravention of Najib’s injunction that UMNO members shouldn’t be seen rubbing shoulders with Big Business lest such proximity invite the charge of ‘crony capitalism’.It’s not known if the PM is familiar with the legend of the tea plantation manager with a glass eye which he would pop out and place on a tea bush, thus convincing the workers that the boss was watching them even while he was having a leisurely lunch at home. But like that mythical manager, the far-sighted PM merits from all those under his supervision the assenting chorus of ‘Eye, eye, sir’!A phone call allegedly emanating from the PMO is said to have summoned the erring Minister from his unfinished meal, thereby showing that those who get their just deserts don’t always get their just desserts.
mahathir baru
No way remote control pm can stay in office
But it didn’t work, so the country’s longest-serving Prime Minister had to take his complaints and criticisms out in the open for all to see, no matter if UMNO’s political foes take advantage of it. This isn’t the first time that Dr Mahathir has publicly dropped support for an UMNO President. He did it to Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi two years ahead of the 2008 general elections.

The UMNO Information Chief said although he respected Dr Mahathir,he felt that the veteran politician should have been circumspect with his criticism of Najib’s leadership. “Please bear in mind that the situation and circumstances during Mahathir’s times are different from Najib, both economically and politically,” he said during a speech at the Seputeh UMNO meeting today.This is the thing with UMNO politicians who cannot argue with Dr Mahathir, who was in power for more than 22 years. Instead of arguing with him point for point, UMNO politicians insist they respect him but the circumstances are different.
Power struggles in political parties can be messy affairs. Ugly, especially if the protagonists are senior respected party officials with powerful following of their own. The sensational headlines they create can harm a party’s reputation and damage government functioning. How different is it? UMNO and Barisan Nasional (BN) still hold Putrajaya. They still control the mass media. They run the economy and under Najib, have put several transformation programmes for the country to be a high-income nation come 2020. But they have yet to argue that Najib’s policies have worked although Putrajaya’s efficiency agency, Performance Management and Delivery Unit (Pemandu) says that the policies are working.A timid Najib is not match for the tempestuous, arrogant Mahatjr who considered his the egos are bigger.
Wake Up, Prime Minister vs An Outspoken Gutsy Leader  Pro Mahathir sensationalism and the sleeping PM Najib
Datuk Seri Najib Razak today refused to be drawn into the controversy surrounding Tun Dr Mahathir's Mohamad's criticism against him, which he described as an internal Umno matter.
The prime minister said it was enough that a number of Umno leaders had already commented and expressed their views on the former prime minister’s grouses.
"Most of the leaders in Umno already gave their statements. I see this as an Umno stance and they have given their support to the current leadership, while at the same time respecting Tun (Dr Mahathir) as a veteran.
Perhaps the point is lost on UMNO Information Chief Datuk Ahmad Maslan that Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad did complain and criticise Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak privately.

Let’s put in perspective what Dr Mahathir said this past week was carried only by the online media and not the mainstream electronic and print media. “I have tried to give my views to him directly, which are also the views of many people who have met me,” wrote Dr Mahathir on his popular blog,
The reason why I am saying this is as follows: Very often, an issue becomes big in the public mind due to saturated media coverage but loses relevance very quickly and drops out of the front pages. The public attributes this to media fickleness but it may not be that. It may be something else. May be the issue was wrongly positioned. It was considered controversial but a deeper examination revealed that there was nothing controversial about it. How and why did the media realise suddenly that it has no legs and is no longer worth pursuing? Did it have something to do with the fact that the details of the case are so murky and complex and that there were legitimate grounds to be suspicious of accusations of Najib's involvement? 
“This has not been effective so I have to criticise. I have no choice but to withdraw my support,” he said, adding that Najib was no better than his predecessor, Tun Abdullah Badawi.
Dr Mahathir said he had hoped Najib learnt lessons from his poor performance in the last general election but it appeared that he had not. “Many policies, approaches and actions taken by the government under Najib have destroyed inter-racial ties, the economy and the country’s finances,” he wrote, citing the BR1M direct cash aid and kow-towing to foreign countries.
This isn’t new from Dr Mahathir. He has articulated this in the past in his blog and several forums in the past year. So why bother asking him to continue criticising in private when it has not worked?This is the same mentality as having no-contests in Umno elections, which was the standard practice when UMNO was reconstituted after being made illegal in 1988.
So times have changed, as Ahmad Maslan says. But UMNO elections are still the same no-contests as in Dr Mahathir’s time to ensure party unity. If there is truly a change in situation, UMNO politicians like Ahmad Maslan should take it upon themselves to reply to Dr Mahathir point by point. Respect Dr Mahathir by arguing with him, not asking him to criticise in private. 

The thief who stole the MB post

Pas enemies within regrouped the ultra-conservative Mullahs all out to destroy the party

There is turmoil behind the scenes because PKR wants all 43 Pakatan Rakyat state representatives to sign a Statutory Declaration saying that they support Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, and only her, as the new Selangor Menteri Besar.

Hadi also did not meet the press after the meeting and sent the party secretary-general, Datuk Mustafa Ali, to issue a one-paragraph statement and to brief the waiting media PAS secretary-general Mustapha Ali is behaving just like Selangor MB Khalid Ibrahim. When Pakatan can make an outright decision on the choice of MB, why leave it to the sultan to decide?

Is he hoping that the sultan will appoint a PAS candidate and then later claim that he has no choice but to accept, as it was the wish of the sultan?

Something sinister is going on in PAS and it does not augur well for Pakatan. Is PAS nullifying the right of the 13 assemblypersons on this matter or it is throwing the weight of the 13 votes to KhaIid Ibrahim/BN?

Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin very dirty politics what was Hadi doing seeking a royal meeting behind the backs of DAP and PKR?readmore

PAS' decision to leave it to the sultan to determine the Selangor menteri besar's position is but an act of hypocrisy and a stab in the back of PKR. It's also an act of betrayal of the trust 

'Khalid akin to thief who's stolen MB post'

 Abdul Khalid Ibrahim holding on to his menteri besar post following the latest developments is akin to "stealing", and he should return what he has taken to its rightful owners, said a law expert.Being too arrogant, selfish,greedy, revengeful, back stabbing, insubordination, TS Khalid has lost all his credibility and respect. He is a lame duck now. He position as MB is illegal and should resign immediately. PR Govt should replace all Khalid's supporters in the Selangor GLCs including the CEO.

Equal freedoms for men and women PAS male chauvinist pigs is shit scared readmore

Mujahid Yusof Rawa said No snap poll ,No U-turn and it is PAS roundabout

No U-turn No snap poll it is PAS roundabout Khalid resigns as S'gor MB

The Speaker...robbed of all dignity by politicians
The Speaker…robbed of all dignity by politicians PAS is already losing its credibility big time. It should at last guard whatever little it has left. Sabotaging DAP’s and PKR’s effort to make Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail the new Menteri Besar of Selangor and telling Malaysians that HRH the Sultan of Selangor is behind this sabotage is taking Machiavellian politics a bit too far. PAS Youth Chief, Suhaizan Kayat, said that his party proposed Azmin Ali as the second candidate for Selangor Menteri Besar after Abdul Hadi Awang’s meeting with His Royal Highness the Sultan of Selangor.
“The PAS president has relatively good ties with the Selangor Palace. On the fourth day of Syawal, he was summoned to appear before the Sultan. As a result, the president made the decision that an alternative nominee must be presented to face eventualities involving the palace and Datuk Seri Wan Azizah,” said Suhaizan.
I remember PAS was the same party that organised a demonstration in front of HRH the Sultan of Perak’s palace in Kuala Kangsar and threw stones at HRH’s car. PAS screamed about palace interference in politics and vilified the Sultan to kingdom come.
And now PAS is doing the opposite. PAS is breaking ranks with Pakatan Rakyat by insisting on two names when they had earlier agreed on one name (after earlier agreeing on two names) and they are telling us about a private meeting with HRH the Sultan and that it is the Sultan who insists on these two names.
What game is PAS playing? If they want two names then propose two names. If they want to defy DAP and PKR then defy DAP and PKR. But why should they blame HRH the Sultan for this and say that the Sultan made them do it.
If HRH the Sultan did command PAS to propose two names would this not be palace interference in politics? And if you agree to palace interference in politics in Selangor why rant, rave, shout and scream about palace interference in Perak?
PAS is already losing its credibility big time. It should at last guard whatever little it has left. Sabotaging DAP’s and PKR’s effort to make Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail the new Menteri Besar of Selangor and telling Malaysians that HRH the Sultan of Selangor is behind this sabotage is taking Machiavellian politics a bit too far.
Even Machiavelli had his limits and he was not even a Muslim who upheld Islamic values or nilai-nilai Islam. I am beginning to wonder whether Islam is any longer the agenda of PAS or are some people in PAS planted moles of Umno who are being paid handsomely to break up Pakatan Rakyat (and blame the Sultan for this breakup)?

On the Selangor MB Crisis, lets examine who gain, who loss and who neutral LOSS 1) PAS is the biggest loser in this episode. They loss their thrust worthy and their credibility. The party will be seen backward and extreme. Impact on them will be negative on women votes and non muslim votes. Believe majority muslims will also be negative impacted by their action. Stabbing partner at critical time is not what muslims would like to see. 2) Hadi leadership in PAS and Pakatan. He has the take full responsibility of what happen in this crisis 3) Pakatan will loss some of their credibility but no negative impact on DAP. PKR may have slight negative impact. 4) Khalid Ibrahim. He will loss his credulity but will be no loss to him if he did not intend to make a comeback. GAIN 1) DAP credibility remain intact. 2) UMNO to a certain extend appear good but would be better if they did not announce their support for Khalid 3) Sultan gains the most but depend on his next move.

Expressing concern oveWithout disrespect, but honestly I really don't feel that the Sultan has shown any respect to the people of Selangor in making his decision, the people have given mandate to Pakatan Rakyat as the government of Selangor in the last election, thus whatever decision PR made or how well the state has been run, PR has to answer to the people of Selangor in next election, how would it be fair to PR if they have to face the people when they can't even have their decision on the MB of Selangor? The Sultan should stay above politic and allow PR to face the consequences for whoever they choose as MB to avoid being blamed later on by PR that the MB was not their choice but the Sultan choice!r the outcome of the PAS meeting yesterday over the Selangor menteri besar imbroglio, its central committee member Mujahid Yusof Rawa said the sultan may conclude that Pakatan Rakyat parties are not united on this issue.

However, the Parit Buntar MP stopped short of saying whether this would prompt the sultan to dissolve the state assembly, paving the way for a snap election.   It's not the number of names but who commands the majority (biggest majority) of the State Assembly persons that should be appointed to be the MB. It should only be one name but instead 2 were proposed, and now, HRH wants 3 names. So, what gives?   The Palace asked for more than one nomination from Pakatan. On the surface it may appear as smart move. But this could backfire on the Sultan depending on this next move. If the Sultan took upon himself to decide who become the MB then he too has to be responsible for the success and failure of the MB. This will take away his impartiality. On the other hand, if the Sultan put these nominated candidates to vote in the state assembly then this will turn out to be an excellent move. This is because if the Sultan were to accept Wan Azizah claims for MB, there could still be doubt on his support especially from the two PAS state assemblymen who have signed the SD. One of them has in fact publicly stated that his action was more for removing Khalid rather than support Wan Azizah. By putting this on vote, it is not just transparent but to put to rest who actually got the majority support in the assembly. Thumb Up to the Sultan if he chose the latter move.

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 Without disrespect, but honestly I really don't feel that the Sultan has shown any respect to the people of Selangor in making his decision, the people have given mandate to Pakatan Rakyat as the government of Selangor in the last election, thus whatever decision PR made or how well the state has been run, PR has to answer to the people of Selangor in next election, how would it be fair to PR if they have to face the people when they can't even have their decision on the MB of Selangor? The Sultan should stay above politic and allow PR to face the consequences for whoever they choose as MB to avoid being blamed later on by PR that the MB was not their choice but the Sultan choice!

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PAS's Riddles and Lies,

PAS deputy president Mohamad Sabu says today the Islamist party wants either PKR president Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah‎ Wan Ismail or her deputy, Azmin Ali, to become Selangor menteri besar. – The Malaysian Insider pic by Afif Abd Halim, August 17, 2014.
  PAS Hadi Awang should also consider stepping down and be replaced by Mat

The fear of existence alliance between sworn rivals PAS and DAP is finish. The success of PKR -- PAS alliance could stoke a rethink   Visionary leaders in PAS - Mohamad Sabu, Khalid Samad, Nizar Jamaluddin, Dzulkefly Ahmad, Saari Sungib, Hasnul Baharuddin, Hatta Ramli, perhaps even Salahuddin Ayub, will now join the new Pakatan PKR --DAP 
Why drag the palace into deciding unless PAS has other motives?PKR vice-president Rafizi Ramli is unperturbed by PAS’ refusal to allow its remaining 13 of 15 Selangor state representatives to sign a statutory declaration (SD) to back Wan Azizah Wan Azizah as menteri besar.
PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang faces objections from his own party men over his proposal that PKR deputy president Azmin Ali's name be submitted as a candidate for the Selangor Menteri Besar's post. – The Malaysian Insider file pic, August 26, 2014.
 Is it unIslamic for PAS ulama and their syura council to support a woman to be menteri besar? Can PAS leader Abdul Hadi Awang make a public statement that they are against a woman MB?It is no use if the one appointed by the sultan does not get the support of the assembly. If the Selangor state constitution is not the final law to follow, it might as well be thrown into the drain

The mandate given by the rakyat to Pakatan to form the Selangor state government and to appoint the MB not Abdul Hadi Awang PAS  behind  PKR president Wan Azizah  sabotage  Abdul Hadi Awang is taking Machiavellian politics a bit too far masquerading as friends  seductive power of disruption parrots same old lies gave two reasons. One was based on religion, the other was qualification,” said the source, referring to the previous argument that being a woman, Dr Wan Azizah, would not be able to lead.
The Selangor Menteri Besar’s Special Duties Officer, Azrul Azwar Ahmad Tajudin,that he is connected to the fake Kajang Move document on PAS Intimation Letter   making its rounds on social networks.has bungled in stemming escalation rift between PAS and DAP-PKR the political saga of Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) has been dragging on for far too long. Granted, it was triggered by power struggle within the party, Perhaps PAS is working on a strategy to 'run with the Pakatan hares and hunt with the Umno hounds', but what does Mustafa mean when he said: "Tuanku can choose, Tuanku can choose who he wants"?
The success of PKR -- PAS alliance could stoke a rethink 
PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang yesterday saw his own party men rebel against him.
The meeting saw Hanipa Maidin, the Islamist party’s Sepang MP, and Hadi in a heated exchange over moves to get PAS support Azmin for the top state post over PKR president Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail,
There was tension as Hanipa questioned the move to support Azmin as 30 other lawmakers have already expressed support for Dr Wan Azizah. Hanipa wanted to know who else would support Azmin," one source told The Malaysian Insider, adding no answer was given to that question.PAS holds 15 seats in the 56-seat state assembly while PKR has 13 and DAP also 15. The rest are 12 Barisan Nasional (BN) lawmakers While acknowledging the fact that it won an unprecedented number of seats in the past two general elections by forming an alliance with PKR and DAP, it has the unmitigated effrontery to not back PKR in the most desperate of moments and callously leaves it to the sultan to decide on the pressing issue.No sooner did this trends will materialize into results that there was a marked dip in the  spirits. Leaders, while calling the show disappointing, can further aggravate  'PAS versus rest' political polarisation moved in to dissociate   mascot If it is not, then say so and KhaIid Ibrahim/BN will have only 13 votes without PAS. This is important for the sultan to know. being reconciled to defeat PAS in state contest, 

What If UMNO decides support Dr Wan Azizah to starve PAS of oxygen could nudge them to close ranks, believing all was not lost yet.

Its decision is actually a not-so-subtle message to PKR and DAP that it does not agree to PKR president Wan Azizah Wan Ismail being the MB and that it is willing to part ways with the parties.

PAS is openly revealing its sexist stance as well as its unreliability as a partner in the opposition coalition. It pretends not to understand the meaning of the system of constitutional monarchy.

PKR and DAP would be better poised to take over the government without PAS in the fray.It was the Selangor voters who overwhelmingly gave Pakatan more than three-quarters majority over Umno-BN to be state government and it is the Pakatan representatives in the state assembly that should select the MB.The Selangor sultan only has to endorse the selection as in any constitutional monarchy. The sultan does not choose, otherwise he contravenes the state legislation. PAS has an agenda, they want to leave Pakatan but dare not, and only waiting to be sacked from the coalition and put the blame on Pakatan so that they can join up with BN and form a unity government to take over Selangor.
  Whatever the outcome of the appointment of the MB, rest assured PAS will pay dearly for the stupidity of their leaders. After all, they got kicked out in Terengganu and Kedah.

Mustafa and PAS leadership, take ownership and don’t not pass the buck to the sultan.