Malaysia’s political crisis: PM Muhyiddin Yassin finally quits, question mark on successor

Malaysia’s Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin resigned on Monday after weeks of turmoil in his government, ending a 17-month stint in power in which his legitimacy came under constant scrutiny and amid seething public anger over his handling of the Covid-19 crisis.The 74-year-old’s departure was expected, after a key minister revealed on Sunday that the prime minister would meet the country’s king to tender his resignation and end an impasse triggered by the government’s loss of majority backing…

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