Azmin: PKR holds normal ties with PAS despite Penang break-up

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PKR deputy president Mohamed Azmin Ali said today his party will maintain its normal relations with PAS, despite the Islamic party severing ties with PKR divisions in Bayan Baru and Permatang Pauh in Penang.

Speaking to reporters after chairing the monthly gathering of Selangor state agencies and departments, Azmin, who is also the menteri besar, pointed out that PKR has never severed ties with any opposition party, including PAS.

At the same time, Azmin added, he would leave the final decision to the PAS central leadership, as well as for the matter to be discussed at the annual muktamar of PAS to be held in Kedah next month.

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