Ezam: Prime Minister Muhyiddin has lost his majority, should resign

by Theleaders-Online | October 15, 2020 5:25 am

Gerak98 refers to the statement of 2 Members of Parliament, Tg Razaleigh Hamzah and Dato Seri Najib Tun Razak published in the media yesterday.

Their statement is clearly a withdrawal of their support for PM Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin and the Perikatan Nasional government. It is also a clear proof that PM Muhyidin has lost the trust of the majority of MPs to hold the post of PM. (The majority of the previous PN government was only 113).

Therefore, Muhyidin must resign as PM immediately. It is wrong for him to continue to hold the post of PM without a majority.

The PM who loses the majority will have great consequences for the country if he continues to be PM.

The PM who lost the majority should not be given space to present the national budget. It will be abused and a waste of time.

That is why Muhyidin must resign immediately or resign immediately! As a leader he must demonstrate the moral height of resigning when he has lost the majority.

All the leaders of countries in the world who practice parliamentary democracy will do the same. Do not be fooled by the power of PM Muhyidin to embarrass the country in the eyes of the world.

Gerak98 pays tribute to DYMM SPB Yang di Pertuan Agong to take immediate steps to save the country from being a mockery of the world because of this immoral PM’s attitude.

For the sake of the dignity of the country, the process of removing the PM who lost the majority must be done immediately and now.

The limitations of Covid19 should not hinder the important process for this country.

Continuation of power to a PM who has lost the majority and has no morals is equally dangerous and even more dangerous to the country.

Datuk Mohamad Ezam Mohd Nor is Malaysian Anti-Corruption Movement chairman

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