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Muhyiddin resignation is necessary after losing majority maintains Anwar

Anwar had a brief meeting with the Agong at the Istana Negara and will be waiting for the next steps to be taken to accede to power




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, the opposition leader of Malaysia, says is necessary for PM Muhyiddin Yassin to resign now that he has lost his majority in Parliament.

Anwar had an with the Malaysian King on the 13th October at 11 A.M. at the Istana Negara held a presser saying Muhyiddin’s has fallen.

He told the at Le Meridien Hotel he offered Muhyiddin an olive branch but the latter did not respond to the offer.

On the meeting with the King, Anwar says the people of Malaysia should give the Agong time and space to make a decision on the documents sent him.

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He also says the King promised he will follow the necessary protocol in the aftermath of the meeting with Anwar.

That is to say, according to Anwar, the King will be meeting with the leaders of several parties to confirm Anwar’s claims.

Anwar has said since September 23 that he has a formidable majority in Parliament and that this majority is made of Malay, Bumiputera MPs.

But Anwar did mention during today’s presser that the Agong is set to meet the political leaders within the next two or three days.

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“I appeal to the rakyat and to all politicians regardless of political affiliations to be patient. We leave to the wisdom of His Majesty to make a decision that will be in the best interest of our nation.

“I also thank the people for their patience and prayers,” Anwar says.

The Keadilan leader also denied rumours that he made deals with individuals who have multiple corruption or money laundering cases against them.

He maintains it is an alliance of MPs with the Pakatan Harapan grouping in Parliament and the will be inclusive.

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The opposition leader made it clear that his government will not be a government of Malay-Muslims alone but will also strive for the non-Muslim minorities in the country.

On the other hand, the King is said to have given an audience to an Umno leader from Kelantan.

Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah also known as Ku Li met with the King yesterday at 2.30 PM.

The day started with several media outlets going live on Facebook or YouTube as early as 9 am in the morning. Their photographers and video journalists were parked at the Istana Negara’s entrance waiting for Anwar.

Anwar’s meeting with the King was a short but Anwar says he has done as promised that is deliver to the King the evidence of his astounding majority in Parliament.

No one knows what is the next move from the King and Anwar says there should not be any speculations on what the King will do next.

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