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Bersatu information chief Wan Saiful Wan Jan said caretaker prime minister Muhyiddin Yassin is expected to bring “good news” to the nation this morning.
Speaking to Utusan Malaysia last night, Wan Saiful (above) declined to elaborate on what he was referring to and instead asked everyone to wait for Muhyiddin’s announcement.
“Yes there is good news, but it's not right for me to say. Let Muhyiddin announce it soon, probably tomorrow morning,” he was quoted as saying by the Malay daily.
Wan Saiful added that he wasn’t sure if the announcement would be delivered through a television address or via a written statement.
The senator did not deny that the news would be related to the rebuilding of a Perikatan Nasional (PN) government and revealed that the meeting between PN leaders had not concluded yet as of the time of his interview.
“PN isn’t done yet (regarding the total number of support), only Umno was done just now,” he said, referring to last night’s just-concluded meeting among Umno leaders.
“What is for sure, we are all working towards maintaining a PN government,” he added.
As of 1pm, Wan Saiful has yet to respond to repeated calls and messages from Malaysiakini.
Last night, Malaysiakini reported that the Umno supreme council unanimously decided to nominate Bera MP Ismail Sabri Yaakob as the party’s sole candidate for prime minister, according to sources familiar with the matter.Bera MP Ismail Sabri Yaakob
With the backing of all 42 Umno and BN MPs, Ismail Sabri is on course to become the next prime minister, with 115 MPs on his side, barring any last-minute changes.
This came after Muhyiddin resigned on Monday, following which the Yang di-Pertuan Agong ordered all MPs to submit their choice of prime minister, by 4pm today, to fill the vacancy.
In his resignation address, Muhyiddin stressed that he will not work with “kleptocrats”.
It is understood that he was referring to several Umno leaders, including party president Ahmad Zahid Hamidi and former prime minister Najib Abdul Razak, who are involved in corruption cases and were instrumental in leading 15 Umno MPs to withdraw their support for Muhyiddin, forcing him to resign as prime minister.
However, discussions for a compromise among PN leaders to keep the coalition in power have nevertheless continued.
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