Not the right time to dissolve Parliament, says PAS


PETALING JAYA: Revival of the economy and the impending monsoon season are factors to be considered before Parliament is dissolved, said Tan Sri Abdul Hadi Awang.

The PAS president said the party will continue discussions and dialogues with all parties (political parties, non-governmental organisation, academicians and community leaders) for the progress of ummah unity.

"We need unity and should avoid altercations among us, which would lead to the defeat of Pakatan Harapan," said Hadi on Facebook on Tuesday (Oct 4).

"PAS is of the view that in whatever circumstances, the country and people's interest must be paramount and all steps must be taken for reviving the economy which must be supported, especially through Budget 2023 which is to be tabled," he added.

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