Wednesday, October 20, 2021

no-confidence motion

Thai PM survives no-confidence vote as more anti-govt protests planned

Prayuth Chan-ocha received 264 votes in favour and 208 against.

Pejuang, Warisan join hands with PH to press for Dewan sitting

They say any postponement to September on the issue of the prime minister's support would be unreasonable.

What happens now? Ex-top judge answers questions on latest political development

Gopal Sri Ram addresses a number of issues from whether the prime minister has lost the majority to what happens if he resigns.

The opposition’s elephant in the room

Calls abound for Muhyiddin Yassin to step down as prime minister, but who would succeed him if he did?

No-confidence vote against Muhyiddin unlikely, says Najib

The Pekan MP says he will decide on his stand in the event that a vote does take place in the Dewan Rakyat.

Anwar submits no-confidence motion against Muhyiddin

He also urges law minister Takiyuddin Hassan to resign.

Business as usual for PN govt, Umno MPs to break ranks with party decision

The prime minister only needs to resign if he loses a confidence vote in the Dewan Rakyat.

5 things we don’t want to see in the upcoming Parliament sitting

As the upcoming session is only five days and held after a prolonged hiatus, it is all the more important to make the best of it.

In letter to Ku Li, speaker says powerless to speed up no-confidence motion

Azhar Harun responds to the Gua Musang MP who had accused him of breaking his oath of office.

Umno, BN MPs pledge not to support any no-confidence vote

Umno vice-president Ismail Sabri Yaakob says any proceeding in the Dewan Rakyat should focus on battling the Covid-19 pandemic.

No indication that PM has lost majority support, says law minister

Takiyuddin Hassan says there is no need to expedite the motions of confidence and no-confidence in today's Order Paper.

No provisions for confidence motions in constitution, says law minister

Takiyuddin Hassan says it is up to the Agong to decide whether an individual still commands the confidence of the majority.

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