PAS says willing to work with GPS govt to fight for Sarawak’s rights


MIRI: PAS says it wants to forge a working relationship with Sarawak ruling parties from Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS).

Sarawak PAS State Commissioner Jofri Jaraiee said it was possible to have close ties with GPS and Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari at both the administrative and political fronts.

He said PAS is willing to work with the GPS government and fight for Sarawak’s rights.

“Sarawak PAS thanks GPS for supporting the new Federal Government.

“GPS support has enabled the new coalition (Perikatan Nasional) to be in power.

“PAS is a party willing to work with any parties and with other races if they are willing to accept PAS policies,” he said in an email to The Star.

Last September, PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang and PAS leaders visited Abang Johari to show that they were willing to work with multiracial Sarawak.

Jofri is also PAS central supreme council member and PAS’ Miri branch chairman.

PAS leaders want fruitful ties with GPS and Abang Johari on matters pertaining to mutual economic and social cooperation, Jofri added.

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