Malaysia’s political pendulum has already swung back to Umno. Is Muhyiddin next?

From pandemic premier to pendulum politician, it’s as if Malaysia’s former prime minister Muhyiddin Yassin never left.

He survived numerous crises after being appointed to lead the nation in March last year, but barely two weeks after his resignation, Muhyiddin has made a comeback as the chairman of the country’s pandemic-related National Recovery Council (NRC). No matter which direction the government swings, it seems, it returns to where it has gone before.

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