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Monday, May 10, 2021

Resign if uncomfortable with PN govt, Hadi tells civil servants


PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang has told civil servants to follow the government's instruction even if they do not support the ruling Perikatan Nasional (PN) coalition.

He said those uncomfortable with the government formed by the parties they do not support are morally bound to resign.

"According to the rules, officers who remained must adhere to the instructions given by the government which is controlled by the ruling parties, although they do not support these parties.

"...morally, they can quit their jobs and not hold positions as they wish," Hadi (above) said on a Facebook post yesterday.

He gave an example of a professional footballer who hailed from Kedah and was now playing for Selangor after being offered a lucrative salary.  

"In a football match between Kedah and Selangor, assuming the player attacks his current team so that his home state would win the match, that is a morally wrong thing to do.

"Similarly, it applies to Pakatan Harapan supporters who are now part of the PN government, but follow the instruction of Harapan, which is not the ruling government," he said.

Harapan, a coalition comprising PKR, DAP, Amanah and Bersatu, formed the government after the 2018 general election. 

It was ousted after the Sheraton Move in February 2020, a political coup masterminded by Bersatu president Muhyiddin Yassin and the then PKR deputy president Azmin Ali.

Bersatu then quit the Harapan coalition while Azmin defected from PKR together with 10 other MPs.

Bersatu formed the PN government together with BN, PAS, GPS and Parti Solidariti Tanah Airku (STAR).

However, Umno has severed its ties with Bersatu and pledged not to cooperate with the latter in the next general election.  - Mkini

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