IPOH: Perak Perikatan Nasional (PN) is considering collaborating with Barisan Nasional (BN) to form the state government.
Perak PN deputy chairman Razman Zakaria said the coalition had the largest number of state seats, securing 26 out of 59, just short of a simple majority.
The Perak Pas commisioner reiterated the coalition's stance of rejecting cooperation with Pakatan Harapan (PH), especially with its chairman Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and DAP.
"Perak PN will hold a discussion with our friends (BN) to form a state government. Clearly, we don't want to be together, no Anwar, no DAP.
"And, we are also firm about giving space to our friends in BN to hold a discussion," he said in a press conference at Wisma Purnama, Pengkalan 18, here.
PN came out tops in the state seats of Pengkalan Hulu, Kenering, Selama, Kubu Gajah, Baru Kurau, Titi Serong, Kuala Kurau, Alor Pongsu, Gunong Semanggol, Selinsing, Kuala Sepetang and Changkat Jering.
It also won in Trong, Kamunting, Chenderoh, Lubok Merbau, Manjoi, Bukit Chandan, Manong, Sungai Manik, Kampung Gajah, Pasir Panjang, Pangkor, Changkat Jong, Slim and Bota.