Malaysia Finally Announces 10th Prime Minister – Anwar Ibrahim
Malaysia adopted the 18-year-old automatic registration system for this voter count, which has greatly increased the number of young voters, increasing the number of voters in this session from about 15 million in the previous session to 21.17 million, an increase of over 40%. According to data released by the country’s Election Commission, voters aged 18 to 29 accounted for 30% of the total number of voters in this general election. The turnout in the national election on Saturday (November 19) was 73.89%. However, no single party won more than half of the seats, so it was a long time before a decision was made on who would be the tenth Prime Minister of Malaysia. After 6 days, we finally ushered in the tenth Prime Minister “Anwar Ibrahim” in Malaysia.
Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri’ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah agreed to appoint Tambun Member of Parliament Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim as Malaysia’s 10th Prime Minister on Thursday (November 24). The letter of appointment and swearing-in ceremony will be held at Istana Negara on Thursday at 5 pm.
When the National Palace announced that PH Chairman Datuk Seri Anwar would be sworn in as Prime Minister this afternoon, party leaders rushed out of Anwar’s office to cheer the media!