A shop selling headscarves in Kuala Lumpur. Businesses in Malaysia are reopening amid signs measures against the coronavirus are bearing fruit. Photo: AP A shop selling headscarves in Kuala Lumpur. Businesses in Malaysia are reopening amid signs measures against the coronavirus are bearing fruit. Photo: AP
A shop selling headscarves in Kuala Lumpur. Businesses in Malaysia are reopening amid signs measures against the coronavirus are bearing fruit. Photo: AP

Malaysia is beating coronavirus, so why should Muhyiddin be worried?

  • The country, once the worst hit in Southeast Asia, is now relaxing measures after a stunning turnaround in fortunes
  • But the new prime minister is not getting the credit. Rather, attention is now returning to his democratic legitimacy

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A shop selling headscarves in Kuala Lumpur. Businesses in Malaysia are reopening amid signs measures against the coronavirus are bearing fruit. Photo: AP A shop selling headscarves in Kuala Lumpur. Businesses in Malaysia are reopening amid signs measures against the coronavirus are bearing fruit. Photo: AP
A shop selling headscarves in Kuala Lumpur. Businesses in Malaysia are reopening amid signs measures against the coronavirus are bearing fruit. Photo: AP
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