DAP and PAS are at loggerheads and they just cannot agree on the principles of each party, what more to government the country.
PAS Dr Harun Din insisted, not only him because he represents the Ulamaks in PAS which means his voice is the Ulamaks council voice, that Hudud laws and Isalmic state would be set up if the opposition pact wins Putrajaya.
DAP chairman Karpal Singh as usual is dead set against this as his party is a chauvinistic Chinese party that champion the cause of the Chinese and thus, Islam is not in its agenda.
With just around seven days to polling, the two parties are still in a verbal clash on the subject while trying to woo voters on each other side.
It is clear DAP and PAS cannot sit together to govern and they cannot asit together to compromise to what to do and what to implement.
Kedah is a good example where PAS just ignore PKR and DAP in the state administration while in Penang, DAP just sidelined PAS and PKR in the state administration despite the deputy Chief Ministers are from both the parties.
In short, the three parties are just interested in championing and furthering their own agendas without any thoughts nor any care for the others.
With the verbal clash between PAS and DAP heightening, it is just plain clear that everyone should think what will happen if these parties in the pact sit at Putrajaya.
They will be at each other’s throat as each wants to control the other, each wants to implement its policies by outdoing each other, each wants to stand out over the other.
They are just interested in furthering their own cause and struggling forgetting that the voters who put them up there want them to serve and develop the country and its people.
DAP will want to implement policies that benefit only their own race, ignoring the Malays that need help while PAS only interested in furthering its Islamic cause without any thought for economic and infra-structure development.
Kelantan for example is a good showcase of PAS’ administration where the Kelantanese have to go out of the state to earn a living because the state is just good for people who couldn’t care less about economy, about providing comfortable life for their families.
PAS has no expertise or professionals in the party that can administer or govern to give comfortable life to the people as its only thoughts and principles are to rule and not administer.
With such background and with just seven days to polling, voters must think hard what they want – DAP’s chauvinistic style or PAS’ religious approach or PKR’s unprincipled rule?
Think about the daily bread and butter issues for the family and only BN has proven to deliver such needs