Posted: 31 Aug 2013 12:40 PM PDT
There seem to be fear that the ideologies of opposition leaders may split PAS into two factions. "While political observers brand the consequences of 2008 as a political tsunami, I would for one describe it as nothing more than the revitalisation of liberalism in Malaysia. This has unnerved the conservatives, particularly those in PAS."
PAS is split
Fast forward to today, the conservatives are leaning more towards regaining ground for what they see as the "loss of their rights" while the liberals retort back by branding such groups as extremists, he explained.
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