Joseph Kurup says PM Najib made a special statement during Wednesday's cabinet meeting that he would brief the non-Muslim community in the country on the RUU355 amendments.
There is a bottomline as to how far any political calculation can go. We must not rock the foundation of our nation-building for the sake of near-term political interests.
PAS President Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang today gave the assurance that tomorrow's 'Gathering 355' at Padang Merbok in Kuala Lumpur organised by the party would be smooth and peaceful.
With the general elections just around the corner, both the ruling and opposition parties have failed to deliver to the rakyat a clearer picture of their political roadmaps just because they themselves have no idea which way they are heading to.
There is disagreement within PAS whether to work with Umno. While there are chances Umno will help PAS push through its hudud agenda, some worry PAS could be washed out altogether in the election.
As Umno and PAS have pledged to work together towards it, any change will not come easy.
"Whoever implements and agrees to this unconstitutional bill will be the culprit that divides the BN."
DBKL has in a letter dated January 13 rejected PAS' application to hold the RUU355 rally at Dataran Merdeka on February 18.
One last mile! Umno can rumble all the way to it or can apply the brake and slow things down a little.
Umno is willing to be led by the nose by PAS to keep its leaders in power. But the biggest crisis will come from a disintegrated BN and our undermined secular system.