Husam Musa is confident PAS – of which he has pledged his loyalty to – would not sack him for attending a Parti Amanah Negara (Amanah) ceramah.
In a report by Malaysiakini, the former vice-president explained this was because the Islamic party was “just” and “good.”
“(PAS) will not sack me for attending this ceramah and for coming to ‘advise’ all you who are here,” he was quoted by the portal as saying.
Musa had earlier said he was merely following a precedent set by president Abdul Hadi Awang, who was recently reported to have held talks with main rivals Umno.
Amanah was formed by former PAS members, especially those from the progressive faction who were booted out from the party lineup in the last muktamar.
Musa also said he would continue “advising” Malaysians to unite in ensuring the defeat of Umno-Barisan Nasional, and would join Pakatan Harapan leaders in their upcoming roadshow.
“This is my stand. If the PAS president can dispense advice to a stubborn Umno, then why shouldn’t we advise our old friends the DAP, too?