Anwar denies proposing a unity government

  • Nation
  • Thursday, 05 Sep 2013

Anwar Ibrahim.

SHAH ALAM: Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim denied that he proposed a unity government.

"I only talked about BN and PR having a dialogue about four key issues affecting the people.

"What is wrong with that?" he asked on Thursday.

The four topics that he wanted to discuss with the ruling coalition were governance, crime,racial unity and corruption.

"These are issues affecting the people's needs and should be discussed.

“It has nothing to do with politics," he said at a press conference after the launch of 'Inside the Muslim Brotherhood’ - Youssef Nada by Douglas Thompson.

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