PAS grassroots leaders get okay to hold talks with PKR, Bersatu


Noor Azam Shairi

The Permatang Pauh PAS division launching its election machinery in the PKR-held parliamentary seat that is synonymous with jailed PKR leader Anwar Ibrahim on July 16. The Islamist party has given the go-ahead to state leaders to pursue talks with rival opposition parties, PKR and Bersatu. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, September 13, 2017.

PAS has agreed to allow its grassroots leaders to continue talks with rival opposition parties, PKR and Bersatu, at the state level in preparation for the 14th general election.

This is despite the Islamist party’s official stand that it has no alliances with opposition coalition Pakatan Harapan – of which PKR and Bersatu are members.


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  • PAS is like that abusive husband whose wives have divorced him taking the kids but his mistress (PKR) keep going back for more abuse. At some point, everyone will give up on the punching bags..

    Posted 4 years ago by Bigjoe Lam

    • Every Selangorian knows that the priority of the mistress (PKR) is to be allowed to stand alone without opposition at Gombak and Bukit Antarabangsa. Nothing else matters or more important ..... including even more abuses .....

      Posted 4 years ago by Malaysian First