Uneasy calm, treacherous waters remain for Muhyiddin


Jahabar Sadiq

Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin remains on shaky ground after a declaration of support by allied parties. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, October 27, 2020.

CALM might have returned to Malaysian politics today with Umno insisting it supports the Perikatan Nasional (PN) government, but events in the past week have clearly damaged Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin.

Muhyiddin’s request to invoke emergency powers was rejected and rebuked in two separate letters from Istana Negara and the Keeper of the Royal Seal, who represents the Conference of Rulers, on Sunday.


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  • For all the great work , The DG of Health is doing, he should be awarded the.Tun award.He is using his surgical skills to incise into the COVID menace. He is being recognised by WHO as a great health expert

    Posted 6 months ago by Aplanaidu Pathanaidu

    • He should have quarantined all the returnees from Sabah and we wont have this mess in Peninsular. Sorry no Tun for him.

      Posted 6 months ago by Elyse Gim

    • He should also have sanctioned that health officer who should have issued Form 14b to the Minister et el but did not do his work.

      Posted 6 months ago by Yoon Kok

  • At this moment good or bad, all lawmakers..from government or opposition ,plse.stand united ...if love the rakyat and the nation..lets the pandemic go away..lets the economy slowly recovers...then you can go back to fight each other...plse stop ot all these rubbish and bullshit politicking

    Posted 6 months ago by Khairuzzaman ABDULLAH