Kuala Semantan state assemblyperson Syed Hamid Syed Mohamed yesterday announced his resignation from PAS to join the Malaysian Workers Party.
Syed Hamid, 63, who is the former Pahang PAS commissioner, said he no longer considered PAS to be a conducive and exclusive party for all levels of society.
Also present at his news conference was Dr Hamzah Jaafar, Pahang chairperson of Parti Amanah Negara, which has applied for registration as a political party.
The Malaysian Worker's Party has changed its name to Amanah on Tuesday.
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