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Hadi denies saying opposition will amend constitution
KUALA TERENGGANU: PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang has denied saying that the opposition will amend the federal constitution relating to Islam if it wins the general election.
"Its not true. I didn't say it (amending the constitution). Its the same constitution," he said commenting newspaper reports that the opposition will amend the constitution from Islam as official religion to 'addin' (way of life).
Abdul Hadi said this this after a public rally with former information minister Tan Sri Abdul Kadir Sheikh Fadzir in Bukit Tok Beng, Batu Rakit here last night.
He was reported as saying that the constitution did not use Islam as 'Addin' and was designed by non-Muslims with ideology and human theory that was unfair
It is alleged that Abdul Hadi made the statement when opening the 43rd annual meeting of Terengganu PAS Youth in Kubang Lembik near here.
On another note, he said Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) deputy president Azmin Ali who is linked to a 'sizzling' video with a woman should be given the chance
to clear his name.
Abdul Hadi hopes that the media such as RTM and TV3 would give Azmin the opportunity to speak up on the matter.
"I don't have the right to talk about it, let him do the talking himself...give him a chance. If he makes a denial, (via the press conference) I don't know whether the papers will carry it," he added. - Bernama