International Desk: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yakub announced the dissolution of the country’s parliament ahead of the 15th parliamentary election with the consent of Malaysia’s King Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri’Ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah.
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The country’s prime minister announced this in a special speech broadcast live on local television on Monday (October 10).
The King of Malaysia agreed to dissolve Parliament on Monday, in accordance with Article 40(2)(b) and Article 55(2) of the Federal Constitution.
At the time, Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yakub said, except for Sabah, Sarawak, Malacca and Johor, the other state governments in Malaysia will take the necessary steps to dissolve their respective provincial assemblies, so that the 15th general election can be held simultaneously.
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He also announced the obligation to form a new government within the next 60 days. He said that the Election Commission will decide on other matters including nomination and polling date.
Prime Minister Ismail Sabri also mentioned that political stability and people’s support are the biggest issues now.
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The election will establish a people’s government that will preserve the unity and harmony of the Malaysian family of different religions, races and ethnic groups.