Anwar DPM post - Pakatan allies zip lips

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While PKR confirms that an offer was made to opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim for to take up deputy prime minister’s post, its Pakatan Rakyat allies DAP and PAS have different answers with regard to the matter.

When contacted, DAP supremo Lim Kit Siang simply said he had 'no comment' on the matter while DAP acting chairperson Tan Kok Wai said he was 'not sure'about the details of the matter.

PAS secretary-general Mustafa Ali on the other hand said he was not in the know of the matter. “I really don’t know anything,” he told Malaysiakini .

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