Motorists drive in front of the prime minister's office building in Putrajaya, Malaysia. Photo: AP Motorists drive in front of the prime minister's office building in Putrajaya, Malaysia. Photo: AP
Motorists drive in front of the prime minister's office building in Putrajaya, Malaysia. Photo: AP
Wong Chin-Huat
Opinion

Opinion

Wong Chin-Huat

Why Malaysia needs a ‘confidence and supply’ government, not a state of emergency

  • If PM Muhyiddin Yassin can get the support of 40 or more opposition MPs, coalition partner Umno’s 39 seats would lose their blackmail power
  • A confidence and supply arrangement would produce a stable government scrutinised with the strongest ever opposition, argues Wong Chin Huat

Motorists drive in front of the prime minister's office building in Putrajaya, Malaysia. Photo: AP Motorists drive in front of the prime minister's office building in Putrajaya, Malaysia. Photo: AP
Motorists drive in front of the prime minister's office building in Putrajaya, Malaysia. Photo: AP
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