Malaysia has called for a political truce between parties vying for power in a bid to fight the rising COVID-19 pandemic
The no-confidence motion is for Umno to challenge Muhyiddin and force him into negotiations or to get Ku Li the pm post!
Instead of thinking of quitting to reduce the political tension, is PM Muhyiddin is sitting tight in office hoping the new CMCO will save him?
Besides facing the outcry on the COVID-19 crisis, Muhyiddin is also pressed to show he still holds a majority
Muhyiddin will redeem his honour and will be remembered as someone who is humble and capable of making the right decision.
The narrow win in Sabah gives Muhyiddin a breathing space but will he be able to use it to keep Umno in power with him?
Malaysia’s premier is yet to announce the formation of his cabinet and this is sparking rumours he is in trouble with his coalition partners and is seeking help from the former government!
Muhyiddin’s call with Lee of Singapore shows closer ties between the two leaders of Malaysia and Singapore. Expect a good deal of friendship between the two nations?
Malaysia may actually face fresh elections this year if Muhyiddin does not have a majority in Parliament while Mahathir pressed him to prove he got a majority