Horse-trading, calls for snap elections, the most dramatic budget vote in our nation’s history, a state of emergency—all against the backdrop of a global health and economic crisis.
One year since Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin was sworn into office, his Perikatan Nasional government has had to tackle multiple public policy challenges with a weak parliamentary majority – a majority more MPs from both sides of the political divide are questioning.
BFM speaks to Setiawangsa MP Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad and political commentator Bridget Welsh, research associate with the University of Nottingham’s Asia Research University on how the government has navigated these challenges and how well it’s performed.
Produced and presented by Hezril Asyraaf and Dashran Yohan
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