Muhyiddin Yassin offers resignation to king after months of political instability but elections put on hold
Malaysia’s embattled prime minister, Muhyiddin Yassin, has resigned but will stay on as interim premier, the royal palace has said, as the country struggles with its deadliest Covid outbreak yet.
Muhyiddin offered his resignation to the king on Monday morning after holding a special meeting with his cabinet. His resignation follows months of political instability that led to the loss of his majority in parliament.
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