Anwar Ibrahim, Malaysian prime minister-in-waiting, at a university symposium on Thursday. Photo: EPA

Malaysia’s ruling coalition in danger as Anwar Ibrahim says ‘former friends and traitors’ want to oust government

  • Factions from within the coalition and the main opposition party met at a hotel near Kuala Lumpur on Sunday to discuss new partnership
  • According to the constitution, anyone who has the support of 112 members in the 222-seat parliament can be appointed prime minister by the king
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Anwar Ibrahim, Malaysian prime minister-in-waiting, at a university symposium on Thursday. Photo: EPA
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Amy Chew

Amy Chew

Amy Chew is a journalist based in Kuala Lumpur who has covered regime change in Asia and parts of the Middle East, giving her a unique insight into the economic, social and political factors that reshapes society.