While the country is expecting official statements from Malaysian Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin or the palace, federal ministers have begun publicly acknowledging the prime minister’s resignation after a special cabinet meeting.
Muhyiddin has quit as prime minister, ending months of turmoil. But the uncertainties in Malaysian politics are far from over.
In a special address today, Muhyiddin said there was now no longer a need for his legitimacy as prime minister to be put to the test in the next Dewan Rakyat sitting.
What people are saying?
Waqqas Sounds like the worst possible thing you can do during the worst days of the pandemic.
Apit pian We’re tired of old politician. Young people should give an oppurtunity tu run the gov with a new face. No more any sheraton or chulan move. Malaysia need a strong leadership as well as the cabinet to solve the issues.