Malaysia’s parliament set to work after a long lockdown of COVID-19. This announcement was made public on the twitter page of Wong Chen (Member of Parliament for Subang. Chairman of Special Select Committee on International Relations and Trade) as well on Aljazeera headlines that the Malaysia’s parliament will sit for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic on May 18,2020, but only for a single day and with no debates.
A power grab in Malaysia at in late February led to the resignation of Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad and the fall of the Pakatan Harapan administration leaving the country without a government for just over a week.
The new leadership includes Mahathir’s former political party (without Mahathir) and the parties that lost to Pakatan in May 2018.
An extraordinary announcement yesterday. Parliament will restart on 18th May but…. for only one day. This will be a ceremonial event with the Yang di-Pertuan Agong delivering the King’s speech. (1/n) pic.twitter.com/4AckrqBDhA
— Wong Chen (@WongChenPKR) April 18, 2020
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