Friday, August 10, 2012

Pakatan Rakyat Common Policy - Is There Really A Signed "Common Policy"

First, differing versions of Buku Jingga -
"During the Debate 2.0: DAP and MCA: Whose Policies Benefit the Country More, DAP Secretary General Lim Guan Eng had claimed that “MCA must have read the wrong Buku Jingga!” Thus MCA poses to DAP: how many versions of the Buku Jingga are there in Pakatan and whether Pakatan individually tailors the Buku Jingga in accordance with “market trends” to deceive voters from different ethnic groups?"
Lim Guan Eng please explain.

Next on Islamic state and Hudud -
"This is clearly spelt out in the common policy signed by all 3 parties in PR which makes no mention of an Islamic state nor of implementing hudud"
What is true is that there is no mention of Hudud and that's the catch, the loophole for PAS to pursue it's Islamic State and Hudud implementation, PAS signed a "common policy" that did not include Islamic State and Hudud.

PAS cannot be in breach for something PAS did not sign for.

The problem is, what "common policy" did PAS, DAP and PKR actually sign?

Is this the "common policy" Lim Guan Eng is referring to?

The only signed statement is a document titled "Pakatan Rakyat Menjunjung Prinsip Perlembagaan Persekutuan" and is dated 8 September 2008 but at the start of the document titled "Muafakat Rakyat", at the end it is dated 19 Disember 2009.

Both are seperate documents. One has got absolutely nothing to with the other.

Note that the earlier dated 8 September 2008 document has in it's last paragraph -
"Sehubungan ini kami membantah ucapan yang dibuat oleh Dato Ahmad Ismail yang disokong oleh semua pemimpin UMNO Pulau Pinang."
Can Lim Kit Siang, Anwar Ibrahim, Andul Hadi or Lim Guan Eng please explain.

Is this another Pakatan Rakyat sham?

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