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PAS to continue alliance with PN in Johor aftermath

PAS vice-president Idris Ahmad says the coalition will continue to work together to foster the concept of unity ahead of GE15.

Bernama
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A man walks at the jetty in Muar which was decked out with Perikatan Nasional flags ahead of the Johor state election on March 12. Perikatan Nasional won three of the seats it contested.
A man walks at the jetty in Muar which was decked out with Perikatan Nasional flags ahead of the Johor state election on March 12. Perikatan Nasional won three of the seats it contested.

PAS will continue its alliance with Perikatan Nasional (PN) to serve the people while keeping an open mind about the results of the Johor state election on Saturday, its vice-president Idris Ahmad says.

He said although PN only won three seats in the state legislative assembly – Bukit Kepong, Maharani and Endau – the coalition would continue to work together to nurture the concept of unity ahead of the 15th general election (GE15).

“Do not measure results based on the Melaka and Johor state elections. We are still new together. We accept defeat and will prepare a plan to move ahead to face GE15. What is important is unity,” he said after an event in Bukit Gantang yesterday.

In the Johor state election, Barisan Nasional won 40 of the 56 seats, followed by Pakatan Harapan (11), PN (three), Muda (one) and PKR (one).

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