Malaysian Prime Minister dissolves Parliament

Kuala Lumpur: Malaysian Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaqub dissolved the parliament.

According to foreign media, the Malaysian Prime Minister announced the dissolution of the Parliament despite the protests of the political parties on holding the elections in view of the flooding in the monsoon season. The country’s 15th general election has been paved.

The Malaysian Prime Minister was pressured to get a strong mandate. With this announcement, the mandate was returned to the people.

According to Ismail Sabri Yaqub, the mandate of the people is very important for the political stability of the country.

He said during a press conference that the King of Malaysia, Sultan Abdullah Musatuddin, also agrees with his decision.

Regarding the date of the upcoming elections, he said that the election commission will announce the date of the general elections in the country. It should be clear that the elections must be held within 60 days of the dissolution of the parliament.

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