The opposition has every right to topple the current government, not just through elections but via parliament, PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang said.
Hadi stated that such actions are common in many democratic countries and that no one can stop the opposition from doing so.
He also emphasized that the opposition is working towards retaking Putrajaya, not only through elections but also through parliamentary means.
Hadi added that gathering statutory declarations, votes of no confidence, and disgruntled government supporters are normal in politics.
He also defended his prediction that Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim’s government would collapse soon, citing dissatisfaction among the component parties of the unity government.
When asked if his coalition’s efforts to overthrow the government go against the Yang di-Pertuan Agong’s decree for political stability, Hadi said that the king’s words do not prevent changes in a democratic country.
Hadi further hinted that allegations against those who were not satisfied with Anwar’s administration were true, and there is a possibility of a change in government.
Last week, Hadi predicted that the unity government would collapse, and Anwar responded by saying that the PAS veteran could keep on dreaming.
Hadi’s prediction drew criticism from various quarters, with several leaders urging him to focus on attending Parliament instead of sabotaging and upsetting the public. The Marang MP has a poor attendance record in Parliament.