A man sits on the bonnet of a car as he waits to be evacuated by a rescue team in Shah Alam, Selangor, on December 20 after Malaysia experienced some of its worst flooding in years. Photo: AFP
A man sits on the bonnet of a car as he waits to be evacuated by a rescue team in Shah Alam, Selangor, on December 20 after Malaysia experienced some of its worst flooding in years. Photo: AFP
Malaysia

Malaysian PM Ismail Sabri Yaakob’s government under fire over slow response to worst floods in recent memory

  • At least 10 people have died and tens of thousands are displaced after the heaviest flooding in years hit Selangor, the country’s most industrialised region
  • Public anger mounted after coalition partners Bersatu and Umno continued with their annual meetings while volunteers stepped in to rescue affected people

Topic |   Malaysia
A man sits on the bonnet of a car as he waits to be evacuated by a rescue team in Shah Alam, Selangor, on December 20 after Malaysia experienced some of its worst flooding in years. Photo: AFP
A man sits on the bonnet of a car as he waits to be evacuated by a rescue team in Shah Alam, Selangor, on December 20 after Malaysia experienced some of its worst flooding in years. Photo: AFP
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