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Tuesday February 19, 2013 MYT 12:00:00 AM
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by ivan loh
SUNGAI SIPUT: The problems over seat allocation between the DAP and PKR in Johor on show that Pakatan Rakyat parties do not have a common stand, said Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.
He said there was no understanding between the two parties as they could not even reach an agreement over their candidates.
"They don't have a common stand. Johor is a Barisan Nasional stronghold and we are confident of holding onto it," he said at the Perhimpunan Rakyat Malaysia here on Tuesday.
He was commenting of the apparent cracks in the Opposition in Johor with Johor DAP chairman Dr Boo Cheng Hau accusing PKR's Datuk Chui Jui Meng of being behind “vicious attacks” against Johor DAP.
In a two-and-half-page long statement (in Chinese) issued on Monday, Dr Boo said Chua should be removed as state PKR chief, claiming the latter refused to accept opinions or compromise on seat allocations for the state.
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