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TLDR: Reports Say Mahiaddin May Call For Confidence Vote Sooner At Agong’s Instructions
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TLDR: Reports Say Mahiaddin May Call For Confidence Vote Sooner At Agong’s Instructions

A vote to confirm or deny the legitimacy of the PN government might happen as early as next week.

Hakim Hassan

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Prime Minister Tan Sri Mahiaddin Md Yasin has reportedly been told by the Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri’ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah to convene Dewan Rakyat earlier than 6 September, based on reports.

MalaysiaKini quoted sources who mentioned that the Pagoh MP had appeared before the King prior to attending the Cabinet meeting.

Although the date hasn’t been announced yet, The Malaysian Insight reports that the vote could be held as early as next week.

Message circulating saying PM has meeting with PN leaders

A message went viral recently saying that Mahiaddin reportedly had a meeting with PN party leaders at the Perdana Petra building.

According to Sinar Harian, the Prime Minister is also scheduled to meet with Sabah and Sarawak political leaders in Kuala Lumpur.

Speaker denies PM has lost support

Earlier today, the Yang di-Pertua Dewan Rakyat Speaker Datuk Azhar Azizan Harun denied that he had informed Mahiaddin that the government had lost its majority.

In a statement, the Speaker said a viral message which claimed that he did so is untrue and false. The portal which had been referred to in the viral message had also denied publishing any such report.

I deny the news report and want to add that I did not issue any letters to the Prime Minister as stated. The news is fake news.

Yang di-Pertua Dewan Rakyat Speaker Datuk Azhar Azizan Harun via Twitter

Multiple parties saying no to PM

PKR has confirmed that its party had sent a letter to the Yang di-Pertuan Agong rejecting Mahiaddin, according to PKR Communications Director Fahmi Fadzil who confirmed the news to MalaysiaKini.

Meanwhile, other parties such as Warisan, PEJUANG and Amanah have also announced that they don’t support the Prime Minister.

It wasn’t just the opposition who are against the Pagoh MP as 14 UMNO MPs also announced that they’re withdrawing support from the current government, with some Ministers deciding to step down from their posts as a sign of loyalty.


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