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Toward crystallising the conviction – Pakatan Rakyat-led Malaysian Government

Posted on: October 15, 2008

PAS beralih angin – kini yakin ’16 Sept’
Jimadie Shah Othman | Oct 14, 08 6:00pm
dikemaskini 6:44pm PAS akhirnya yakin sepenuhnya dengan “projek 16 September” Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim dengan menghantar lima pemimpin berprofil tinggi parti itu menyertai mesyuarat pembentukan kerajaan baru dengan PKR dan DAP.

Keputusan biro politik parti itu minggu lalu telah pun direstui  mesyuarat jawatankuasa pusat parti itu bersama ahli-ahli parlimennya kelmarin.

Selain Presiden PAS Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang, pemimpin kanan yang diberikan mandat untuk mengetuai delegasi parti itu termasuklah timbalannya Nasharudin Mat Isa, dua naib presiden Datuk Husam Musa dan Mohamad Sabu serta setiausaha agung Datuk Kamarudin Jaffar.

Selain dikritik akibat berunding dengan Umno, Nasharudin sebelum ini tidak pernah dilaporkan terlibat rundingan bersama Pakatan Rakyat, manakala Mohamad menyatakan keraguannya berhubung rancangan penasihat PKR itu.

hadi awang nasharuddin mat isa mat sabu and anwar pas pkrAbdul Hadi pula, walaupun pernah menyertai mesyuarat peringkat tertinggi pemimpin PKR dan DAP, dianggap menolak projek perubahan kerajaan Anwar – asalnya diuar-uarkan menjelang 16 September – selepas berkata beliau enggan menjadi “ahli politik Mat Jenin” apabila mengulas kemungkinan beliau dicadangkan sebagai perdana menteri apabila Pakatan mengambil alih kuasa persekutuan.

Rundingan dengan Pakatan sebelum ini didominasi golongan pro-kerjasama dengan Pakatan seperti Husam, Kamaruddin, ketua Pemuda PAS Salahuddin Ayub dan bendahari Dr Mohd Hatta Ramli.

Beberapa pemimpin PAS yang dihubungi Malaysiakini berkata, keputusan menghantar lima pemimpin berprofil tinggi parti dibuat kerana perbincangan ke arah pembentukan kerajaan baru “sampai ke tahap lebih tinggi” yang melibatkan perbincangan dasar-dasar dan persediaan membentuk jemaah menteri.

Salahuddin berkata, keputusan menghantar pemimpin kanan itu dibuat kerana usaha menumbangkan kerajaan BN sudah “sampai ke tahap akhir” dan “setiap tindakan memerlukan keputusan segera”.

“Dulu, kita lebih kepada (hal-hal) teknikal seperti (menyusun) agenda bertindak… boleh katakan sekretariat. Sekarang kita berada pada tingkat lebih tinggi yang memerlukan perbincangan tentang dasar-dasar politik,” katanya.

Dalam mesyuarat Ahad lalu, menurutnya lagi, perbahasan tentang delegasi lima pemimpin tertinggi PAS berlangsung dengan “sangat positif” dan mesyuarat bersetuju sebulat suara menerima mereka.

Suasana perbincangannya digambarkan sebagai “berterus-terang” dan dalam keadaan “bebas mengeluarkan pandangan”.

nik aziz and mustafa ali and pasBarisan pemimpin atasan PAS sebelum terbelah dua berhubung isu pertukaran kerajaan persekutuan, khususnya antara Mursyidul Am PAS Datuk Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat dengan pesuruhjaya PAS Terengganu dan juga ahli strategi parti Datuk Mustafa Ali, menjelang 16 September lepas.

Mohamad, yang pernah berkata “PAS bersikap tunggu dan lihat terhadap 16 Septermber”, berkata beliau menerima keputusan itu.

“Itu keputusan parti, saya terima,” katanya, yang hadir di mesyuarat itu, kepada Malaysiakini hari ini.

Ditanya sebab kelima-lima pemimpin berprofil tinggi itu, beliau berkata: “Hendak pilih lima orang, kita pilih limalah. Kalau enam, kita pilih enamlah. Kalau lapan, kita pilih lapanlah.”

Husam – disebut-sebut sebagai penggerak utama dalam PAS yang mendukung usaha Anwar – pula menyifatkan barisan pemimpin tertinggi yang dipilih itu “bukan wakil baru”, “tidak ada perubahan” dan “tidak berbangkit”.

“Saya ingat salah faham. Tiada yang istimewa,” katanya, mengulas keputusan dalam mesyuarat biro politik parti itu minggu lalu.

Sementara itu, timbalan pesuruhjaya II PAS Selangor, Khalid Samad yang dikatakan pihak pertama mencadangkan idea menghantar pimpinan utama PAS berkata “semua khilaf dan salah faham sudah selesai”.

anwar ibrahim hadi awang nik aziz meeting 230908“Sebelum ini mungkin ada yang tidak nampak bangunan Parlimen. Sekarang tidak ada khilaf lagi,” katanya, yang menganggotai biro politik PAS, hari ini.

Khalid bagaimanapun mendakwa khilaf yang dimaksudkan itu hanya di peringkat teknikal akibat sumber-sumber maklumat yang berbeza antara pemimpin parti.

“Tetapi akhirnya, dengan semua sumber itu, semuanya saling melengkapi,” katanya, yang juga ahli parlimen Shah Alam.

Tambahnya, salah faham dalam parti itu mula reda hasil pertemuan Nik Abdul Aziz, Abdul Hadi dengan Anwar di Kota Bharu hujung bulan lalu (foto atas, kiri).

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Siphoning EPF money

On 'Why should Valuecap borrow from EPF?' Syed Shahir Syed Mohamud: MTUC condemns the government's move to bail out Valuecap to support the local stock market using RM5 billion from EPF, as the provident fund is the custodian of the workers' money and not some sort of ‘automated teller machine' for the government.
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