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World Malaysia election after pandemic ends: PM

18:15  28 november  2020
18:15  28 november  2020 Source:   msn.com

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Malaysian Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin’s narrow win in a key parliamentary vote on Monday showed that the prospect of snap elections still remains a risk for the country. Malaysia ’s uncertain political situation has been a sore spot for investors and credit rating companies alike.

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Malaysia will go to the polls when the coronavirus pandemic is over, the prime minister said Saturday, two days after winning lawmakers' backing for his government's 2021 budget.

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Muhyiddin Yassin took power in March after pulling his party from Anwar Ibrahim's ruling coalition to ally with the scandal-tainted United Malays National Organisation (UMNO) and others.

Since then, his administration has been hobbled by constant infighting.

In a speech at a virtual annual general meeting of his Bersatu party on Saturday, he expressed confidence that his ruling alliance would win voters' backing at the next election.

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Malaysia has a new prime minister, less than a week after the unexpected resignation of Mahathir Mohamad plunged its politics into turmoil. Muhyiddin Yassin, backed by the corruption-tarnished former governing party, was sworn in by the king. Mr Mahathir, 94, who has dominated Malaysian politics for

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"God willing, if it is allowed by Allah, when the coronavirus pandemic is over, we will hold the general elections," he said, adding that "we will seek the people's mandate and let voters decide the government of their choice".

He did not elaborate.


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The prime minister -- who maintains a razor-thin majority -- also said he had a "heart-to-heart meeting" with UMNO president Ahmad Zahid Hamidi to thrash out any differences between the uneasy allies.

"We cannot split. We cannot fight among ourselves," he said.

On Thursday, parliament passed the government's budget in a voice vote, allowing Muhyiddin to stay in power and, more importantly, proving he had majority support in parliament.

Malaysia has posted a new spike in coronavirus cases. The number has shot up since September, with cumulative cases hitting more than 63,000 on Saturday.

"This is the time to serve the people. Not to fight for power," Muhyiddin said. "Work hard to serve and assist the people who are in need of assistance."

Malaysia's king in October rejected a request by Muhyiddin to declare a state of emergency in response to the coronavirus crisis. Many Malaysians were riled by the prime minister's move, seeing it as a desperate bid to cling to power.

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