Malaysia’s most influential leader, Muhyiddin Yassin becomes appointed the 8th Prime Minister of Malaysia. Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah, the sultan of King Pahang of the country, appointed him. Today, he has been sworn in as the Prime Minister of Malaysia.
He swore in front of Malaysian King Sultan Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah at a ceremony at the palace on Sunday. After taking sworn, Muhyiddin Yassin has promised to fulfill his duty as Prime Minister. He would resume his state work from Monday morning as prime minister. A spokesman for the Malaysian royal family said that after meeting with 222 members of the country’s parliament, King Muhuddin Yassin, who was elected from Pagoh in the state of Johor, received a majority opinion. For this reason, according to the Malaysian constitution, the king has elected him as prime minister.
|94 years old and world oldest Prime Minister Mahathir Mohammed|
Earlier on Tuesday (February 24), the Prime Minister of Malaysia resigned. Mahathir Mohammed. Later that afternoon, Mahathir met the Malaysian king after announcing his resignation. The King of Malaysia (Supreme Leader) Yang-d-Partuan Aung accepted Mahathir’s resignation but appointed him as interim prime minister. After being appointed as interim Prime Minister Dr. Mahathir Mohamed said in a televised address to the nation that political parties need to be kept separate. If allowed, I will try to establish a non-party administration that does not support either party. Only national interests will be given priority, this is what I will try to do.
The 94-year-old Mahathir Mohammed is the world’s oldest government head Prime Minister resigns Not a week to go, Mohiuddin Yasin, has been appointed as the new Prime Minister of Malaysia. Talking to leaders of different political parties on yesterday morning, the king of Malaysia chose Mohiuddin as the new prime minister. Muhyiddin’s name was later announced from the royal office.
Who is Muhyiddin Yassin?
Muhyiddin’s Full Name – Muhyiddin Bin Haji Yassin Tan Sri Dato. He is the former Home Minister and Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia. His current age is 72 years. The politician is making a huge impact in Malaysian politics. Muhyiddin was the chief minister of Pagoh in the southern state of Johor for almost nine years. He is the son of a popular and influential religious teacher in the state of Johor. For that reason, Muhyiddin was in the eyes of everyone locally since his childhood. In this case, the influence of the father has also helped to become popular in politics. Muhyiddin, a well-known and familiar prrson in Malaysia.
|Kamala Lakhdhir meet with Muhyiddin Yassin when he was Home Minister|
Muhyiddin was elected the first parliamentarian from Pagoh in 1978. He served in various government ministries since then. He was the Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia from 2009 to 2015. In 2018, Dewan became a member of Rakyat. Muhyiddin was the deputy president of the United Malays National Organization of the Najib Razzaq Party. Muhyiddin Yasin is also an economist. Muhyiddin completed his economics in 1970 from the University of Malaya. Besides, he has a bachelor’s degree in the Malay language. Although Mahathir Muhammad was not made prime minister, his successor was given the post, analysts said. This is because Muhyiddin Yasin is the president of the political party founded by Mahathir. Mahathir Muhammad founded Pribumi Bersatu, the Malaysian nationalist political party in 2016. And the president of the party, Muhyiddin. Mahathir’s party has already announced the name of Muhiuddin as the prime ministerial candidate.
Meanwhile, Muhyiddin Yassin was accused of treachery is brought The newly-resigned Mahathir Mohamed. Mahathir said on Sunday morning that he was going to call an emergency meeting in Parliament. “We have got one person who does not have a majority,” he said. It will be proved again when the emergency parliament votes, 114 members are with me. ‘
Malaysian King Sultan Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah said Muhyiddin Yasin was chosen as the next Prime Minister based on the views of the majority MPs. However, Mahathir demanded an emergency session of parliament to test whether he had actually received the support of the majority MPs. At a press conference, Mahathir claimed that despite the support of most MPs, the king did not want to see him. As a result, the initiative has been taken to make the less popular one as the Prime Minister.
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