Big news in Malaysias politics! According to the latest news, Malaysia held a national general election in May 9th. According to the results of the vote issued by the Malaysia Election Commission on 10, the opposition camp, led by former Prime Minister Mahathir, hoped to win over half of the parliaments lower house of Commons by the alliance and its party partners. According to the official votes of the electoral councilor, the opposition of Mahathir, a coalition of hope alliances and a small ally, has made 121 seats in Congress, exceeding the 112 threshold required by the government. The National Front won 79 seats, far below the 133 seats previously held. This is the first time that the opposition party of Malaysia has won the election, and Mahathir, 92, will become prime minister again. Shipping warehouse reference noticed that at least two points were created in Mahathirs victory. First, it means the first power of the ruling UMNO since Malaysias independence; secondly, Mahathir became the leader of Malaysia at the age of 92, the oldest person in the world as the leader of the state. In fact, Mahathir is an important figure in the contemporary history of Malaysia. He has a very rich experience in political affairs. He served as Prime Minister for 22 years from 1981 to 2003, and was the longest serving prime minister in Malaysia. Because he pushed forward the modernization and social development of Malaysia, also known as the father of Malaysia modernization. At the age of eighty or ninety, elected leaders of the country are rare in the world. Moreover, some of them have been leaders since young age, and the situation of Mahathir as the newly elected leader is even more rare. There is also a queen who is also an evergreen tree in the political arena. Queen Elizabeth S of England was born in April 21, 1926, and her father, Edward VIII, was retreated in 1936 and passed to her father George vi. She succeeded her father after his death in February 1952 and held a coronation in 1953. She was the sixth queen in British history. Elizabeth II has seen many international leaders, including the first Prime Minister of India, Nehru, French President De Gaulle, and the emperor of Hirohito in Japan, and the South African politician Mandela also called her my friend. In the more than 60 years in office, Elizabeth S has consumed 13 prime ministers, and witnessed the ups and down of more than half a century.