Its president, Tan Sri Joseph Kurup, said the party had decided yesterday, but waited until after its supreme council meeting today to announce the news.
“In view of the fact that the BN government has fallen, PBRS leaders feel that we will not be able to serve our community if we stayed on,” he said, adding the party’s constituents were among the most disadvantaged in the state.
“Under these circumstances, PBRS decided to review its position within the BN coalition, and has applied to become a part of the Pakatan Harapan (PH) coalition. Only by joining PH, can we provide what we promised to the rakyat.”
Thailand, Myanmar and Vietnam which have lots of snakes have been invited to send their slimy ones to Sabah, which is currently experiencing a froggy explosion.
After the snakes have taken care of those frogs, China will then be invited to take those snakes back to Guangdong for the snake-meat soup festival.