Statement from GPS
Gabungan Parti Rakyat (GPS) today reiterated its support to Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin as the prime minister in “the national interest for the need of a stable federal government”.
The state coalition said this in a brief statement issued after its supreme council meeting today.
The statement signed by GPS secretary-general Datuk Alexander Nanta Linggi also said: “The understanding on this is also endorsed as a framework of a functioning government. GPS is a partner in the Federal Government.”
“GPS shall continue to safeguard, protect and fight for Sarawak rights in accordance with the Federal and State constitutions and under MA63 and lGC,” it concluded, referring to the Malaysia Agreement 1963 and the Inter-Governmental Committee Report.
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