Bersatu, Umno not having trouble working in coalition, says Rural Development Minister


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  • Monday, 05 Oct 2020

KOTA TINGGI: A Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) supreme council member has rubbished talk that the party and Umno are having trouble working together in a coalition.

Rural Development Minister Datuk Dr Abdul Latiff Ahmad (pic) said that the two parties are like a recently-divorced couple that are getting back together.

"Umno and Bersatu are like a couple who were divorced, but only 'talak satu' (have a revocable divorce).

"They are currently in their 'edah' (the three month' grace period after divorce) period and there are bound to be some small problems during that period.

"They both have to be realistic," he said to the the press after launching Mara Liner buses in Bandar Penawar here on Monday (Oct 5).

He said this when answering questions about the relationship between Umno's and Bersatu's politicians.

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