Mahathir says time for him to step down has not come yet

Malaysia, Politics, Mahathir Mohamad, Anwar Ibrahim

Mahathir says time for him to step down has not come yet

Malaysia, Politics

2/26/2020

Mahathir says time for him to step down has not come yet

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia ’s interim prime minister Mahathir Mohamad said on Wednesday (Feb 26) that the time for him to step down has not come yet. ...

Share this content Bookmark KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s interim prime minister Mahathir Mohamad said on Wednesday (Feb 26) that the time for him to step down has not come yet. In a televised address, he said that he had resigned to give parliamentarians a chance to decide who would succeed him. Advertisement Advertisement “If it is true that I still command the support, I will come back. If not, I will accept anyone who has been chosen,” he said. “The opportunity to change leadership is there. But I feel, because I have the support of both sides, the time for me to step down has not come yet.” He added: “In my opinion, politics and parties should be set aside for the time being. If allowed, I will choose a way of governing that does not favour any parties. Only the country’s interests will be prioritised." Mahathir Mohamad may emerge even stronger from the latest round of Malaysian political machinations AFP/Mohd RASFAN Advertisement Read more: CNA

U hv done wat u can. U built up Malaysia. Time for u to enjoy ur retirement. Let the goondus run Malaysia to the ground n make Malays a laughing stock. Eh similar like Singapore leh. Hor PAPSingapore hor? This is what we the Malay community call 'janji Melayu' Mahatir 20 more years! He is going to die in office......thats all i can say right now.

Lol... Kindergarten kids predicted this from the beginning. Lol..keep on being a clown and joke So what is really happening? When exactly is that ‘time’? When you’re about to be lowered into the grave? 🙄 you’re 94.

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