Pakatan Harapan (Harapan) has no intention of entering into any cooperation with the new opposition bloc of PAS and National Alliance Party (Ikatan) to face the state elections in Sarawak.
DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng said the basis of cooperation with PAS no longer existed when the party did not adhere to the opposition pact's principle and direction.
He said trust was important between allies but the previous DAP-PAS crisis had resulted in DAP not trusting its erstwhile ally.
He was speaking to reporters after an event at the Botanic Garden in George Town today.
Lim said this when asked whether Harapan would cooperate with the new opposition bloc in preparation for the Sarawak state election.
On Wednesday, PAS announced the setting up of a new pact with Ikatan in preparation to face the 14th general election.
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