PM Has The Majority, For Now
Dr Oh Ei Sun, Principal Adviser, Pacific Research Centre
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The 15th Parliament convened yesterday for the first time since the general elections with the current seating chart reflecting the new political alliances in Malaysia. Crucially, the Prime Minister also succeeded in passing the motion of confidence via a voice vote. What tone does this sitting set for the agenda of the new government? Political analyst Dr. Oh Ei Sun weighs in with his analysis.
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Categories: politics, government
Tags: dato' seri anwar ibrahim, vote of confidence, parliament malaysia, dewan rakyat,