Jul 13, 2022
In Welcome to the Forum
As a leader who was excluded during the UMNO fight, Muhyiddin cooperated with Mahathir to form the Bersatu Party, and completed the first party rotation in history with other Pakatan Harapan member parties in the 2018 Malaysian general election. As an UMNO loser, Muhyiddin not only won the post of Bersatu Party chairman, but also served as home minister, perhaps an inspirational success story. The changing weather may have inspired Muhyiddin. The ruling may not be UMNO anymore. This political myth has been shattered. If the party-state machine will fail, then Mahathir, who created this weird Leviathan , is unchallenged. Sure enough, the "Sheraton coup" was a success, and Malaysia's second political party rotation in a short period of time. Umno, PAS and Bersatu Harapan formed the "Pakatan Nasional" and formed an alliance with various political parties in Sarawak to form company banner design a new government. It took Muhyiddin nearly a week to announce a complete cabinet, and even the post of Deputy Prime Minister is vacant. What are the characteristics of this new government and what are the components will be discussed in this article. A clean new cabinet? It is the first time in the history of Malaysia's constitutional government that Muhyiddin has been promoted from Home Minister to Prime Minister, but the strange event is unlikely to surprise the public, but rather outrage. When the people vote for Pakatan Harapan, they may want a clean government or a diverse cabinet. Muhyiddin understood this kind of public opinion, so he did not dare to act rashly to decide the cabinet candidate. When Umno teamed up with Muhyiddin to stage a coup, perhaps he did not expect such an angry public opinion, which allowed Muhyiddin to move forward and reject the Umno leaders who have been involved in lawsuits and scandals, including the party that has suffered more than 47 corruption charges. Chairman Ahmad Zahid and others. This is a bit like when President Lee Teng-hui got rid of Dean Hao Bocun. He used angry public opinion to point to a specific target, and then go after it.