Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia has given itself until next year to negotiate with PAS on an opposition electoral pact ahead of the coming general election, said Bersatu president Muhyiddin Yassin.
Some time for more engagement between Bersatu and PAS is needed before the former decides to close its door against the Islamic party, according to Muhyiddin.
“There is always a must to some timeline. But, be fair to the parties concerned, since (we have) only held the first meeting (between us).
“We should allow (until) next month (or) next year,” he told a press conference after signing a cooperation and common framework agreement with Pakatan Harapan.