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Malaysian Leaders Sign 'Agreement' Against Government Collapse

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Malaysian Leaders Sign 'Agreement' Against Government Collapse
Malaysia's parliament is back with a new prime minister who hasเว็บสล็อตเเจกโบนัสเยอะ รับเครดิตฟรีชิลๆsigned the "Cooperation agreement" with the opposition to maintain stability

Foreign news agencies reported from Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia on May 18, where His Majesty King Abdullah arrives at the parliament building. in Putrajaya on Monday to open the National Assembly The government is under Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Jacob, who took office on Aug. 21. Meetings in the lower house are not held every day. But it will continue for 17 days until Oct. 12, while the Senate will meet from Oct. 4-26.

Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Jacob presented documents to King Abdullah.
In this regard, His Majesty gave a speech in one section. Ask the government to double its efforts. to lead the country through the COVID-19 pandemic by asking for clear goals both in the short term and long term To reassure all parties that the 100-Day Strategic Plan will be successful
At the same time, His Highness asked "all sectors" to work together to find a solution to the problem. and resolve conflicts with democratic methods Do not use the country and the people "A tool for negotiating personal interests"

Ismail Sabri's government currently has 114 of 222 votes in the House of Representatives. Under Anwar's leadership, Ibrahim signed an agreement. This includes allowing members of the opposition to join the National Restoration Commission. Reducing the minimum age for voters from 21 to 18 gives opposition leaders the same benefits as ministers. Limit the term of office of Prime Minister to a maximum of 2 terms, not more than 10 years, and protect politicians "Cobra"
The signing of such an agreement should help the government in the debate. and vote of no-confidence easier Discussions and resolutions must be held during council meetings. But there is no clear schedule yet.
In addition, Malaysia's internal politics is chaotic and unstable. Since the Malay National Unity Party (UMNO), the country's largest and oldest political party, for the first time he He has been "historically defeated" in the 2018 elections and is free from a leadership monopoly. Since Malaysia gained independence from the United Kingdom in 1957, before Ismail Sabri, Malaysia has had two prime ministers, Dr Mahathir Mohamad and Muhyiddin Yassin.