Jul 18, 2022
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According to outside analysis, Muhyiddin, who served as deputy prime minister during the Najib government, may bring Malay traditionalism back to Malaysian politics. (Editor's note: Muhyiddin was sworn in as the 8th Prime Minister of Malaysia on the morning of March 1) [Continuous update] The head of state announced Muhyiddin as the new prime minister, Mahathir was defeated by his own party chairman: what happened in Malaysia in the past week? Who is Azmin? Apart from Mahathir and Anwar, the third person in Malaysia's political upheaval RTS8QJ9 Photo Credit: Reuters/Dazhi. Image The eighth prime minister of Malaysia, Muhyiddin Yassin Image Manipulation Service Thailand | PM Prayuth overwhelmingly survives no-confidence vote Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha and five cabinet members, including Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwon and Wiissanu Krea-ngam, Foreign Minister Don Pramudwinai, Interior Minister Minister Anupong Paojinda and Deputy Agriculture and Cooperatives Minister Thamanat Prompow survived a no-confidence vote by an overwhelming majority on February 28 . After 4 consecutive days of no-confidence debates from 24 to 27, although 49 members of the House of Representatives cast a vote of no confidence in Prayuth, as many as 272 members of the House of Representatives affirmed his leadership, which also means that his prime minister's throne is visible. The future has been consolidated by this. The votes for other Cabinet figures were similar, with only the Undersecretary for Agriculture and Cooperatives being scrutinised over his Australian conviction in a drug case. This result may not be too surprising for the opposition camp. Except for the Seri Ruam Thai Party and the Future Forward Party, which was ordered to dissolve by the Constitutional Court due to a loan dispute, the rest of the opposition parties have Dissatisfied with the request for extra-time questioning, he decided to leave the seat and not participate in the vote , including the largest opposition party, Pheu Thai.