"Finding Malay votes a big challenge," Dzukefly said
Ahead of GE13 and the prospect of a Pakatan defeat, it seems Pas is getting its excuses in early.
The party's research chief Dzulkefly Ahmad has astonishingly admitted that his party is "finding the Malay vote a big challenge.
"Politics in Malaysia is in transition. PR will bring real Islamic governance but people don't understand it," he said.
Indeed, this Islamic governance will be a real surprise to Anwar Ibrahim, Karpal Singh and Lim Kit Siang who have repeatedly vowed to prevent Pas from imposing an Islamist agenda in a Pakatan government.
The problem that Dzulkefly has unwittingly identified is that PAS's loss of influence in Pakatan is the real reason the party is losing support.
Read Dzulkefly's admission at The Choice.