KUALA LUMPUR: Pas will table a vote of confidence in the Prime Minister during the next Parliamentary sitting in March.
Party deputy president Datuk Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man said that the move is necessary to address the current power transition turmoil involving Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, which has “disrupted political and economic stability.”
“We see that there is a need for the Prime Minister to continue his leadership until the end of his term.
“The current political situation disrupts his duties, so we feel this vote of confidence is very much needed, so we can see how much support the Prime Minister gets from members of Parliament,” he said at a press conference at Pas’s headquarters here, today.
Pas has been consistent in its stand to support Dr Mahathir as Prime Minister and pledged that all 18 of its MPs would back him if a vote of no confidence were held in the Dewan Rakyat.