Malaysia new Prime Minister Mohiuddin Yassin takes oath
Malaysia new Prime Minister Mohiuddin Yassin takes oath |Mohiuddin is, in fact, the head of Mahathir Muhammad’s party, and after he took over as Prime Minister, the United Malay National Organization (UMNO) is back in power, having been ousted from power after the elections in 2018. had gone.
Raines announced a separation from the government alliance this week, with which the coalition government ended. In 2018, Mahathir allied with Anwar Ibrahim, gaining historic victory in the elections, defeating the United Malay National Organization in power since the country’s independence in 1957.
The world’s oldest leader, Mahathir Mohamad, wishes to come to power again after resigning from the Prime Minister, but he had to face failure at the hands of Mohiuddin, who heads the country’s Muslim-majority coalition.
After the King nominated Mohiuddin as the candidate of the Chief Minister on Saturday, Mahathir claimed that he had the support of the majority of the people, and people across the country started protesting, declaring the King’s decision an anti-democracy move. Had done.
Before being sworn in by Mohiuddin, Mahathir accused him of cheating, saying he would challenge the support of the new prime minister, which is likely to intensify the current political crisis in the country.
Strangely, the failed people are forming a government and the successful people are in opposition, he said. Mohiuddin’s alliance also includes former Prime Minister Nabi Razzaq’s party United Malay National Organization (UMNO), with several members running corruption cases.
Mohi-ud-Din took an oath of office at the royal palace on Sunday, despite Mahathir’s practice of getting the majority of the people in the closing moments. To become prime minister, a candidate has to prove to the king that he has the support of at least 112 members of the assembly.
Despite the King’s appointment of Mohiuddin as Prime Minister, the people have reacted strongly to this decision, refusing to accept him as Prime Minister. In Malaysia, the social networking site has been trending the hashtag ‘Not My PM’ (not my Prime Minister) on Twitter, and more than a million people have signed a petition stating that the move Cheated by voter choice in 2018.
Mahathir Mohammed Dual, who was the prime minister from 1981 to 2003, was re-elected as prime minister, and he feared that the new government could affect the cases of billions of dollars of scandals that were running on Najib. Experts say that Mohiuddin’s government is in a weak position because it is unclear whether they have a government majority and they are just the head of a small party without the support of the majority.
He was considered to be one of the most important leaders of the UMNO, but in 2015 he was fired by the Prime Minister for criticizing the corruption scandal and after which Mohiuddin teamed up with Mahathir. I won and ended Najib’s rule.