The Malaysia Election Commission released the vote count 10 days ago. It is hoped that the seats won by the League will exceed 112 of the half of the house of Commons. However, the plot is still developing. Only after the final appointment of the supreme head of Malaysia can the 92 year old former prime minister be able to take charge of the Malaysia regime again. 1. Naguib did not admit defeat Mahathirs rival Naguib did not make a stand until the 11 noon of the day. At the press conference, Naguib did not admit defeat, but he said his camp accepted the election results and was next to be decided by the supreme head of the prime minister. Naguibs position added new variables to the political situation after the election. This analyst read that although Mahathirs hope alliance won over half of the seats, it does not exclude the possibility that some of the parties in their camps have been pulled together by other camps. If this happens, Mahathirs dream of the premier may be shattered and Malaysia will be locked in a stalemate. However, Mahathir has set off a political tsunami in this election. The election is doomed to be written in Malaysias history, because no matter how the next step is developed, the election results have proved that Mahathir has ended the myth of the National Front (National Front) since independence in Malaysia since independence in 1957. 2. How to build a cabinet team However, even if Mahathir is prime minister, the task is not easy. The first challenge is how to choose an elite cabinet with no experience in power to build a reliable cabinet. Mahathir was previously the fourth prime minister of Malaysia, and was in power from 1981 to 2003, and was the longest prime minister in Malaysia. Although he showed remarkable physical strength and energy in the campaign, after all, he was over nine years old and had been out of office for 15 years. When he was in power, many of his team members were old. According to the hope coalitions agreement to push Mahathir as the prime minister in January this year, if the league is to win the election, Mahathir will be a temporary prime minister, and the real prime minister is Anwar, the former deputy prime minister who is in prison. Anwar is scheduled to be released from prison in June of this year, but limited to the rule of law that he is not allowed to participate in politics within 5 years. He must seek the amnesty of the supreme head of state, and then take part in the election by the seat of Parliament. Before Anwar received the amnesty and the successful election, Mahathir must lead the League of Malaysia, which has never been in power. It is hoped that there are members of the former Malay national unified Agency (UMNO) like Mahathir, such as former Vice Prime Minister Mao siding, as well as Lin Guanying, chief minister of Penang, and Azmin Ali, Minister of state of the state, and the State Minister of the state of Selangor, but it is not easy to find dozens of cabinet ministers and vice ministers. Not to mention key positions such as diplomatic and national defense. Mahathir said he hopes the alliance has no list of cabinet candidates, the only selected cabinet member is Anwars wife, and hopes the alliance member Justice Party leader Van Aziza Van Ismail, she will serve as Deputy Prime Minister. 3. Can we maintain internal unity In addition to setting up a cabinet, another challenge before Mahathir is how to maintain internal unity. During the long period of Mahathirs administration, opposition members fought with him for decades and criticized his style of administration. In this election, Mahathir and his old rivals went together for a common goal, but it was a question whether the honeymoon period in the early days of the ruling could continue to live in harmony. The relationship between Mahathir and Anwar is particularly subtle. Anwar has been appreciated and promoted by Mahathir. In the eyes of the outside world, the two people are father and son. Anwar was once considered to be Mahathirs successor. In the late 90s of last century, two people began to disagree, and the two peoples contradictions intensified and finally broke down around the coping style of the Asian financial turmoil in 1997. In 1998, Mahathir dismissed Anwars deputy prime minister and expelled him from UMNO. Since then, Anwar has been imprisoned for corruption and sodomy. This time, the two people admitted that they were not reconciled but agreed to look forward together. Mahathir promised again at a news conference on 10 that he was committed to promoting Anwars amnesty. But there have been doubts about whether Mahathir will be on time. Source: Xinhua International Responsibility editor: Li Tian Yi _NN7528 This time, the two people admitted that they were not reconciled but agreed to look forward together. Mahathir promised again at a news conference on 10 that he was committed to promoting Anwars amnesty. But there have been doubts about whether Mahathir will be on time.