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 Anwar Ibrahim the leader of the Pakatan Harapan PH coalition has been appointed Malaysia s prime minister the national palace said on Thursday Anwar s swearing in ceremony will be at 5 00 p m local time 0900 GMT at the national palace he said in a statement Malaysia needs a stable government to revitalize the country s economy and development the statement said Malaysia had been in a state of political deadlock following indecisive early national poll results last Saturday with no political coalition or party securing enough seats in the lower house of the country s parliament to form a government on its own Malaysian King Sultan Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah held several audiences with the heads of the main political coalitions in an attempt to break the deadlock and convened the rulers conference to deliberate on the matter Following the meeting Anwar whose PH coalition had won 82 seats at the polls making his group the largest was appointed the country s new prime minister allowing for the formation of a new government Xinhua
Anwar Ibrahim appointed Malaysia’s new PM

Anwar Ibrahim

Anwar Ibrahim, the leader of the Pakatan Harapan (PH) coalition, has been appointed Malaysia‘s prime minister, the national palace said on Thursday.

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Anwar’s swearing-in ceremony will be at 5:00 p.m. local time (0900 GMT) at the national palace, he said in a statement.

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Malaysia needs a stable government to revitalize the country’s economy and development, the statement said.

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Malaysia had been in a state of political deadlock following indecisive early national poll results last Saturday, with no political coalition or party securing enough seats in the lower house of the country’s parliament to form a government on its own.

Malaysian King Sultan Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah held several audiences with the heads of the main political coalitions in an attempt to break the deadlock and convened the rulers’ conference to deliberate on the matter.

Following the meeting, Anwar, whose PH coalition had won 82 seats at the polls, making his group the largest, was appointed the country’s new prime minister, allowing for the formation of a new government. ■

(Xinhua)

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