Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim finally make his stance on PAS intention to implement Hudud Law if Pakatan Rakyat comes to power.
Speaking to a rally of at least 10,000 in Kuala Terengganu he said Pakatan leaders have different views but they have respect for each other.
He said the Hudud Law as promoted by PAS would not be enforced on non-muslims and Pakatan Rakyat government has no intention to impose it on them.
Anwar also renewed his vow to seize power from the ruling coalition, as the two sides lock horns for the key by-election.
‘I want to say that we in the alliance are determined to topple the Barisan Nasional coalition,’ Mr Anwar said at an opposition rally here late Tuesday that drew some 10,000 supporters.
‘For a start, I will help our alliance candidate from PAS obtain a big victory,’ he said on the seafront of the state capital Kuala Terengganu.