Seven things to watch out for at the upcoming PAS muktamar
The 63rd PAS muktamar, set to take place at the end of this month in Kedah, is more than just a PAS affair.
PAS leaders have given mixed signals on a number of issues, including the party's position in the Selangor government as well as cooperation with PKR and Bersatu.
The outcome of the muktamar is expected to provide certainty on these issues.
It will also help other opposition parties o decide on the course they wish to chart ahead of the 14th general election.
Here are the seven things to watch out for at the muktamar, set to be hosted in Alor Setar from April 27 to May 1.
1) Relationship with PKR and Bersatu
PAS has repeatedly stated that it will not work with any parties that has ties to DAP and Parti Amanah Negara (Amanah), a relationship that PKR and Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) has refused to sever.
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