We don't care what DAP leaders have to say about Hudud. There is no need for any further discussion with DAP on PAS's stance to implement Hudud in Kelantan because it is our right to do so. DAP could leave (Pakatan) if they want to - Pas spiritual leader Nik Aziz Nik Mat
Umno supported Hudud laws in principle but we as a multiracial, multi-religious society must spread the knowledge (on Hudud) widely before we can reach a stage where we could implement it. But I dont think we are there yet. - Deputy Prime Minister / Umno deputy president Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.
DAP's stand on Hudud law/Islamic state consistent - xsuitable 4Msia x common policies of PR. Any change require agreement of all 3PR parties - DAP advisor Lim Kit Siang via Twitter.
For now, in general, in principle, I believe this (Hudud law) can be implemented. Looking at the specific areas, and there is clear guarantee that there is administration of justice. - PKR de facto leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.
PAS resolved not to pursue its intention of creating an Islamic state in Malaysia, but rather preferred the creation of a welfare state. Particularly in the light of this development, it would not be right for PAS now to pursue the implementation of Hudud laws housed in the enactment passed by the PAS-led Kelantan state government which contravenes the Federal Constitution. - DAP chairman Karpal Singh