Anwar Ibrahim claims he has secured a “formidable” majority from federal lawmakers to form a new government. Photo: Reuters Anwar Ibrahim claims he has secured a “formidable” majority from federal lawmakers to form a new government. Photo: Reuters
Anwar Ibrahim claims he has secured a “formidable” majority from federal lawmakers to form a new government. Photo: Reuters

Malaysia’s Anwar Ibrahim set to meet king in bid to replace Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin

  • Should Anwar succeed in securing the post, it would be the culmination of a 22-year quest, during which he spent nearly 10 years in jail
  • The power struggle comes as the country, already grappling with an economy battered by the coronavirus, faces a renewed surge in infections

Topic |   Malaysia
Anwar Ibrahim claims he has secured a “formidable” majority from federal lawmakers to form a new government. Photo: Reuters Anwar Ibrahim claims he has secured a “formidable” majority from federal lawmakers to form a new government. Photo: Reuters
Anwar Ibrahim claims he has secured a “formidable” majority from federal lawmakers to form a new government. Photo: Reuters
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