Malaysia’s king will meet political leaders as public anger grows over handling of coronavirus pandemic

Malaysia’s king is set to have an audience with political parties beginning on Wednesday, amid public anger over the state of emergency that has failed to contain the Covid-19 outbreak.The head of the Democratic Action Party will meet with the king on Wednesday afternoon, Anthony Loke, the opposition party’s national secretary, said in a Facebook post. Former prime minister Mahathir Mohamad will have a separate session with the monarch on Thursday, Bernama reported, citing a party leader…

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