Memes uncover lighter side of Malaysia's political crisis
A change of prime minister takes a lot of hard work and is a worrying time for any country.. Read more at straitstimes.com.A change of prime minister takes a lot of hard work and is a worrying time for any country. But funny memes and text messages doing the rounds show that Malaysians haven't lost their sense of humour amid the turmoil. Please subscribe or log in to continue reading the full article. Learn more about ST PREMIUM. Enjoy unlimited access to ST's best work Subscribe Now Read more: The Straits Times
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Malaysia's King treats media camped at palace to McDonald's as political turmoil continuesKUALA LUMPUR (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Malaysia's King Sultan Abdullah Ri'ayatuddin surprised journalists camped outside the palace gates on Tuesday (Feb 25) by personally bringing them lunch.. Read more at straitstimes.com. Maybe he takes catering advice from Trump?
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Malaysia political turmoil: King to meet 132 MPs in second day of interviewsThe King will hear their views and ascertain who commands the majority of support in Parliament to enable a new government to be formed.. Read more at straitstimes.com. no better then meeting hantus. shld let the pple decide.