Malaysia's former interior minister was sworn in as Malaysia's new prime minister on Sunday, marking the return of the scandalous regime back to power but former leader Maha Tirir. Mohammed has criticized the move as illegal.

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Muhyiddin Yassin was sworn in at the National Palace in Kuala Lumpur with a political crisis a week after the fall of the former alliance, according to FRANCE24. The power and resignation of Mahathir.

The Southeast Asian nation plunged into chaos last week after the collapse of the 94-year-old Mahathir's "Agreement of Hope", which swept the historic victory in 2018. Against a government that is stuck in allegations of corruption.

Mahathir, the world's oldest leader, then resigned and sparked competition for the prime minister's position, which he lost to Muhyiddin, known as the Muslim minority-led coalition. Malay of the country.

The King's decision to elect Muhyiddin on Saturday sparked outrage that the democratically elected government was being rejected, while Mahathir insisted he was in fact sufficient support to become a candidate. The leader again.