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Lujnah Penerangan Dewan Pemuda PAS Sabah. 
 No. 10, Lorong 14, Kg. Sembulan 88100 Kota Kinabalu Sabah.  
 E-mail: pas.sabah@usa.net 

PAS EYEING MUSLIM VOTES, TOO 

Daily Express: 18 May 1998 

KUALA LUMPUR: PAS which contested in the 1986 and 1990 Sabah elections will be contesting in this time around as well according to its President Datuk Haji Fadzil Noor.    
          He said the party would contest the next election which it expect would be held by the year end.  
      Sabah PAS had been directed to submit the report on the number of seats it wished to contest.  
      "We contested in Sabah in the last election and with Allah's willing we will contest again."He told reportes at the 44th PAS general assembly at Taman Melewar here.  
     PAS had a strong following in Kota Kinabalu, Tawau and Sandakan, he said.Asked what chances PAS had winning in Sabah, he replied:  
    "I can't tell you It is politics of difficulty in Sabah, but we will contest."  
    The Party which rules Kelantan first adopted a rsolution to expand to Sabah 16 years ago but formally did so only in 1986.  
    It is understood that it enjoys  the support of the bugis community in the east cost besides that of several peninsula teachers posted to Sabah.  
    In 1986, it contsted five seats without losing the deposits.In 1990, it decided to concentrate only in the Tawau constituency, where it generated 400 votes.  
   The majority muslim dominated constituencics in coming election were heitherto being wooed by Umno, PBS dan Bersekutu.  
   Meanwhile the assembly which ended yesterday adopted five resolutions including one urging the Government to intoduce legislation preventing Muslims from becoming apostates and to check any attempt to turn them into apostates.  
    Othe resolutions included one urging the Election Commision (EC) to abolish postal ballots and another to ensure that PAS election candidates were those who had never left the party.  



Datuk Hj. Fadzil Noor is PAS President and Bukit Raya Assemblyman