Deputy Prime Minister Fadillah Yusof says there have been no discussions on a Cabinet reshuffle.
"I have not heard anything about it. There is no discussion about that. That is the sole prerogative of the prime minister (Anwar Ibrahim)," he said when asked about talk of an imminent Cabinet reshuffle.
"I’m a working man. I follow orders," Fadillah, who is also the plantation and commodities minister, told Malaysian media in Brussels today.
He also reiterated that Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) is committed to ensuring a strong and stable government.
"We from GPS have given our commitment, and what we need now is a strong and stable government.
"Because without stability, we cannot turn around the economy’s performance, and investors will not come as there will be no clear policy, no continuity in terms of government," he said.
Only political stability and good governance will attract investors, Fadillah, the GPS parliamentary chief whip, added.
"This is paramount as far as Sarawak is concerned, and that has been our commitment as far as this unity government is concerned," he said.