The Malaysian Insider 11 June 2015 This week, PAS, Malaysia’s second largest political party, will choose its president for the first time in more than 25 years, a decision with far-reaching impact on the country’s politics. On the surface, PAS me [...]
Ahmad Hairy, now in his 60s, has been an active PAS member for close to three decades and he was never happier than in 2008, when the Islamist party formed an alliance, Pakatan Rakyat (PR), with PKR and DAP…… “Every party benefits equa [...]
By Wan Saiful Wan Jan, The Star iPad edition, 9 June 2011 The PAS Youth Wing elections recently produced a most disappointing outcome. The conservative ulama camp won most of the seats in that Wing. Their victory is so overwhelming [...]