Xinhua News Agency, Kuala Lumpur, November 24 (Reporter Mao Pengfei and Wang Yi) The National Palace of Malaysia announced on the 24th that Anwar has been appointed as the new Prime Minister of Malaysia and will be sworn in at the National Palace at 5 pm that day.
The announcement said that Malaysia needs a government that can help restore the country's economic development, and hopes that the new prime minister will establish a stable government. The announcement calls on all members of Congress to unite and put serving the people first.
Anwar is the leader of the Malaysian Hope Alliance and once served as the Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia. Malaysia held elections for the lower house of parliament on the 19th, and 221 of the 222 seats in the lower house have announced the vote count results. Among the major political parties and political alliances, the Pakatan Harapan won 82 seats, the National Alliance won 73 seats, the National Front 30 seats, and the Sarawak Alliance of Political Parties 23 seats.
Abdullah, the supreme head of state of Malaysia, recently summoned the leaders of the major political parties and coalitions to promote the formation of a new government, and held a meeting of Malaysian rulers on the 24th, and finally decided to appoint Anwar as the new prime minister.
(Editors in charge: Liu Jieyan, Yang Mu)
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