My Sinchew/ Hudud law controversy

PAS adopts wait-and-see attitude over friction with DAP

PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang said the party would take the wait-and-see approach following the deepening crisis between the party and DAP.


No response yet to PAS' second notice to table bill on hudud

PAS has yet to receive any response from Dewan Rakyat on its second notice submitted by Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang to table a Private Member's Bill pertaining to the proposed implementation of hudud law in Kelantan.


Mat Sabu defends Kit Siang's talk on hudud

PAS deputy president Mohamad Sabu defended the move by DAP advisor Lim Kit Siang in giving a talk on the implementation of 'hudud' law at the 'ceramah perdana' here last Sunday, describing it as something that was acceptable.


Deputy Kelantan MB: Hudud Private Member's Bill resubmitted

PAS has resubmitted notice to table the hudud Private Member's Bill in the next Parliament session beginning next Monday, Deputy Menteri Besar Datuk Mohd Amar Nik Abdullah said.


PAS resubmits notice to enable private bill on hudud

PAS has re-submitted a notice to table a Private Member's Bill pertaining to Islamic legislation, Hudud Law in the Dewan Rakyat at its next sitting tomorrow.


Gerakan's move to challenge hudud in court extreme: Amar

The Kelantan government described Gerakan's move to file an application to challenge the validity of hudud law in the Federal Court as extreme.


Kota Bharu High Court rejects Gerakan's suit over hudud

The Kota Bharu High Court today rejected an originating suit filed by Gerakan against the Kelantan State Government on the Syariah Criminal Code II 1993 (Amendment 2015) or hudud.


Frustration turned indifference

9pm, the hall in Seberang Perai began to see the crowd. PKR's candidate for Permatang Pauh would be unveiled here soon.


PAS adamant on implementing hudud in Kelantan: Hadi

PAS remains adamant on implementing the Syariah Criminal Code II 1993 (Amendment 2015) Enactment 1993 or the 'hudud' in Kelantan despite opposition from its political ally, the DAP.


"You're not alone!"

We have a fair share of oddities in Malaysian politics: Veteran leaders of the ruling party hammering the sitting president, and opposition leaders trying to split up the opposition camp. It appears that many are keen to target their own people than outsiders.