Malaysia’s political crisis: facing no-confidence vote defeat, Muhyiddin offers opposition sweeping concessions, promises polls by July 2022

Malaysia’s Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin, facing possible defeat in an upcoming no-confidence motion, on Friday offered sweeping concessions to bitter rivals in the opposition in exchange for their support and pledged to hold polls by next July.As part of the deal, the embattled prime minister pledged during a televised address to offer the official opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim the status and privileges of a senior minister – a position currently held by only Muhyiddin’s top lieutenants…

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