Anwar Ibrahim became the PM of Malaysia, the dream of the fanatics was broken, will Hindus be able to end the persecution? – न्यूज़लीड India

Anwar Ibrahim became the PM of Malaysia, the dream of the fanatics was broken, will Hindus be able to end the persecution?


Anwar Ibrahim will have to prove majority

Significantly, Saturday’s general election resulted in an unprecedented hung parliament, with neither of the two main coalitions getting an absolute majority. One faction was led by Anwar and the other by ex-prime minister Muhyiddin Yasin. Explain that the King Sultan of Malaysia, Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah, has the power to appoint the Prime Minister. However, it is also necessary to prove majority for this. Anwar has been the leader of the opposition in Indonesia for a long time. In the election held on November 20, Paktan Harapat, an alliance backed by Anwar Ibrahim, won the maximum number of 82 seats.

Anwar Ibrahim is known as a reformist leader

Anwar Ibrahim is known as a reformist leader

Anwar Ibrahim, 75, is known as a reformist leader who was jailed for nearly a decade on corruption charges. Ibrahim was the country’s deputy prime minister in the 1990s. Now with the news of Anwar Ibrahim becoming the Prime Minister, the minorities present in the country seem to be heaving a sigh of relief. Malaysia’s stock market is also booming after Anwar became the prime minister. Supporters of Anwar Ibrahim believe that now Malaysia will have a strong and stable government. One of his supporters said, we cannot live in a country further divided on the basis of religion and caste. With this we go back ten years.

Ismail Sabri did not support Muhyiddin camp

Ismail Sabri did not support Muhyiddin camp

At the same time, the coalition party led by PM Ismail Sabri Yakub had a bad performance in this election and got only 30 seats, but still it was believed that the key to power would be in its hands. UMNO reversed its decision to remain in the opposition, saying it would consider the Sultan’s proposal to form a unity government. However, UMNO secretary-general Ahmed Maslan said the party’s highest decision-making body had now decided to support a unity government that would not be led by the Muhyiddin camp.

Will the growing Islamization of Malaysia be stopped?

Will the growing Islamization of Malaysia be stopped?

The Pakatan Harapan (Coalition of Hope) alliance led by Anwar won the maximum 82 seats in the Malaysian general election. However, this alliance needed 112 seats to form the government, due to which it was far behind. Meanwhile, the Malay-centric Perikatan Nasional (National Alliance) of former prime minister Muhyiddin won 73 seats. As soon as various small parties announced their support to Anwar, the way was cleared for him to become the PM. The way for Anwar to become prime minister was cleared when various smaller parties agreed to support him to form a unity government. With Anwar becoming prime minister, Muhyiddin’s reign has raised hopes of reviving concerns about the growing Islamization of Malaysia and reviving governance reform initiatives.

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