SHAH ALAM: Pakatan Harapan has yet to make a stand if it will work with PAS, and a decision will only be made when the need arises, says Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail.
"That is for us to decide and we will decide when the time comes," said the PKR president.
None of the leaders of the three parties within the Pakatan Harapan - Parti Amanah Negara, DAP nor PKR - made make a stand on any future cooperation with PAS at the Pakatan Harapan leadership conference here.
DAP secretary general Lim Guan Eng said the question should be posed to PAS and not Pakatan Harapan.
"They were the ones who made a stand that they do not want to work with us, so you should ask them," he said.
Amanah president Muhammad Sabu, when asked on the support of the rural Malay community without PAS, said Pakatan Harapan was growing fast would gain enough traction by the next general election.
"In two years we will be able to replace both PAS and Barisan Nasional - I have no doubt about that," he said.
Party leaders, went on to commenting about the Hudud issue, said they would "only follow the Constitution".
Asked if they rejected Hudud, PKR secretary general Rafizi Ramli said that they would come to a consensus soon.
"We will let you know when we unveil our common policy, which will be in June, hopefully," he said.
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