Mahathir, 92, was sworn in as Malaysias new prime minister.

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 Mahathir, 92, was sworn in as Malaysias new prime minister.


Overseas network on May 10, according to The Associated Press reports, local time on the evening of 10, the 92 year old Greek League president Mahathir was sworn in as the new Prime Minister of Malaysia. Reported that Mahathir arrived at the Royal Palace at 10 p.m. local time at 5 pm to prepare an oath, but the swearing in ceremony was postponed until 9:30 p.m. The Malaysia state Palace said in a statement that the head of state looks forward to working with the Mahathir administration to invite Mahathir to organize the federal government. Mahathir arrived at the palace According to todays great horse, WanAhmadDahlanAbAziz, the head of the Royal Palace of Malaysia, confirmed that Malaysias head of state Sultan mohaha V had made Mahathir an oath to be seventh Ren Shouxiang tonight. The announcement said that the head of state was met at 5 p.m. in the Royal Palace, and after listening to their views, he decided to invite Mahathir to organize the next federal government. Earlier, Mahathir said that the multiparty camp, which he led, hoped that the League (Hefei) had won a majority of parliamentary seats in the 9 day general election, and should be authorized to form a new government as soon as possible. Naguib, chairman of the National Front (National Front), held a press conference on the 10 day to say that the election results would be accepted, but he said that there was no single party to get half a seat. Therefore, it will decide who is the new prime minister by the supreme head of the state. The national array, led by Naguib, won only 79 of the 222 parliamentary seats in the parliamentary elections held on the 9 day, much less than the 133 seats in the last election, far behind the opposition party led by Mahathir. Greek supporters poured into the street to celebrate Malaysia has a constitutional monarchy, the highest head of state is the head of state, the leader of Islam and the commander of the armed forces, elected by the rulers from the hereditary Sultan or state rulers of the 9 states of Malaysia, for a term of 5 years. The incumbent head of state is Mohamed v. Source: overseas web editor: Guo Ping _B7442 Malaysia has a constitutional monarchy, the highest head of state is the head of state, the leader of Islam and the commander of the armed forces, elected by the rulers from the hereditary Sultan or state rulers of the 9 states of Malaysia, for a term of 5 years. The incumbent head of state is Mohamed v.