Malaysian Prime Minister ‘Muhyiddin Yassin’ has resigned, failing to win a majority in parliament. The 74-year-old has been in power for less than 18 months.
Accordingly, he becomes the ruler who has been in power for a very short time in the history of Malaysia.
The Prime Minister apologized for his shortcomings and blamed the ‘power greedy’.
The Malaysian king has accepted his resignation, leading the country to a new general election.
He will continue as the party’s interim leader and will also serve as caretaker leader until the next prime minister is appointed.
However, the resignation of the Malaysian Prime Minister will make the leaders of many Asian countries ashamed of their power.
“I will never use force to steal the resources of the country. The independence of the judiciary will not be compromised. The federal constitution does not act unconstitutionally. If I stay in power, I will have to do it, “he said.