Malaysias eighth prime minister was born after the 13 minute inauguration ceremony

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 Malaysias eighth prime minister was born after the 13 minute inauguration ceremony


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Overseas, March 1 (Xinhua) - on March 1 local time, Muhyiddin Yassin, former Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia, was sworn in as the eighth Prime Minister of the country.

According to Malaysias todays Malaysia and China Daily, on the same day, Mahmoud Yassin formally became the eighth Prime Minister of Malaysia after taking the oath of secrecy and taking office in front of the head of state of Malaysia and signing relevant documents. Local media pointed out that the whole ceremony started at 10:30 a.m. and lasted about 13 minutes.

(function() {(window. Slotbydup = window. Slotbydup| []). Push ({ID: u5811557, container: ssp_, async: true});))) (); the Royal Palace of Malaysia issued a statement on February 29, saying that supreme head Abdullah agreed to appoint former deputy Prime Minister maushidin Yassin as the new prime minister. In a statement, Ahmed Fadil, a state palace official, said that after learning the positions of all political parties and independent members of Parliament, the supreme head of state believed that the candidate likely to win the support of more than half of the members of the lower house of Congress was Mahmoud. Accordingly, according to the relevant provisions of the constitution, Abdullah agreed to appoint Mahmoud as prime minister. It is reported that Mahathir resigned as Prime Minister of Malaysia on February 24. On the same day, the indigenous Unity Party under its leadership announced its withdrawal from the ruling coalition of hope, which led to the loss of its majority in the house of Commons. On February 28, the indigenous Unity Party announced that its members of Parliament had decided to nominate Mao Xiding, the partys chairman, as the candidate for prime minister. Subsequently, the opposition party, the Malay National Unity Organization (UMNO) and the Islamic Party announced their support for Mahmoud. Source: author of overseas website: Zhang Ni editor in charge: Sheng Yuqing, nbjs10200

Malaysias supreme head of state Abdullah agreed to appoint former Deputy Prime Minister Mahmoud Yassin as the new prime minister, the Royal Palace said in a statement on February 29. In a statement, Ahmed Fadil, a state palace official, said that after learning the positions of all political parties and independent members of Parliament, the supreme head of state believed that the candidate likely to win the support of more than half of the members of the lower house of Congress was Mahmoud. Accordingly, according to the relevant provisions of the constitution, Abdullah agreed to appoint Mahmoud as prime minister.

It is reported that Mahathir resigned as Prime Minister of Malaysia on February 24. On the same day, the indigenous Unity Party under its leadership announced its withdrawal from the ruling coalition of hope, which led to the loss of its majority in the house of Commons. On February 28, the indigenous Unity Party announced that its members of Parliament had decided to nominate Mao Xiding, the partys chairman, as the candidate for prime minister. Subsequently, the opposition party, the Malay National Unity Organization (UMNO) and the Islamic Party announced their support for Mahmoud.