The prime minister downplays Umno president Ahmad Zahid Hamidi’s reassurance that the cooperation between the two parties will not be solely based on race or religion.
The Indonesian president says the two state oil companies should collaborate or even combine to become a big enterprise with more capacity, capital and equity.
The PH chairman says this was because PAS had previously declared Umno members as being infidels.
Deputy Kedah PAS Youth chief Nasrun Othman says there must be a proper understanding of the PAS-Umno alliance before the next general election.
The acting Umno president says Umno and PAS are merely coming together on the same platform in the interest of uniting the Muslims.
PPBM chief strategist Rais Hussin says PAS trades in Islam and its leaders will do anything for its survival.
The PPBM president says the Islamist party has trapped itself in its own ruse.
Warisan and PPBM are like siblings but we can take care of matters and Bumiputeras in the state, says the chief minister.
Different political parties have collaborated in the past to defeat their opponents and there is nothing new in what Umno and PAS are doing, says MCA president Wee Ka Siong.
Civil servants should counsel and give the best findings to political leaders, he says.
Ahmad Fauzi Abdul Hamid says it was PAS' perceived ties with Umno which dragged the party down.
Klang MP Charles Santiago says the Islamist party is a force to be reckoned with and should not be overlooked.
Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man says the party will help those who seek to reform their ways.
Zulkarnain Hassan says the party should not compromise on its principles when forming an alliance with other parties.
Dr Kamarul Zaman Yusoff also expects heated debates among delegates over the matter.
Umno president says people can expect more from PAS-Umno alliance in the future.
PAS election director Roslan Shahir Mohd Shahir says there is no longer any need to support candidates of either party 'stealthily'.
Prime minister says Pakatan Harapan government will use a better approach to create more jobs and business opportunities.
While leaders of the two parties have set aside their differences, it remains to be seen if PAS and Umno supporters have bought into their cooperation.
China, by far the biggest power in the region, and where the Mekong starts up in the Tibetan plateau, is increasingly using its economic clout to secure its broader aims.
The low turnout in Sungai Kandis could also be the result of a silent protest by supporters of both Umno and PAS, one of the analyts says.
PKR secretary-general Saifuddin Nasution Ismail says the cooperation between PAS and Umno is now clear, and that he hopes they will be an effective opposition bloc.
Nuclear-armed North Korea is under multiple UN sanctions for its weapons programme and banned from importing luxury goods including sports equipment
The move follows concerns that the suspects could be sentenced to death.