After a series of ups and downs, the dust has to some extent, finally settled where Malaysian politics is concerned. We finally have a Prime Minister in office, and now, we finally have a date for when our Parliament will reconvene, according to The Star.
Now, while this normally wouldn’t have been much of a surprise that Members of Parliament are meeting, what makes this one especially noteworthy is the fragile political climate that it will be held in. Speculation is rife as to whether our current appointed Prime Minister, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, will be able to retain his position.
After all, if a majority vote of no confidence occurs in Parliament, another massive void in power may happen, leading to further political instability.
Speaker Tan Sri Mohamad Ariff Md Yusof had received the letter of confirmation for the date for Parliament to reconvene, May 18th 2020, last night (3rd March 2020), and an official press statement will be released later today.
What do you guys think of this development?
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