Kelantan Bersatu has agreed in principle for PAS to be given the majority of state seats for contest in the 15th general election.
Its chairman Kamaruddin Md Nor said this was because PAS had been in power in the state several times before.
“Bersatu, however, should also be given the opportunity to contest several seats in Kelantan,” he told reporters after an event in Pasir Puteh today.
He said Bersatu should also be considered in the distribution of seats in the state so that it could contribute to Kelantan’s development.
“It is also to create closer unity among parties in Perikatan Nasional (PN),” he added.
PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang previously said the issue of seat distribution for GE15 among PN allies had been resolved, with the majority of seats in Kedah, Terengganu and Kelantan to be contested by the Islamist party.