No more designated successor

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The new Malaysian cabinet is notable for its lack of a deputy prime minister post. Instead, Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin has appointed four senior ministers to share the load and assist him in his ministerial duties. So, to understand the traditional role of a deputy prime minister, BFM speaks to constitutional lawyer Lim Wei Jiet, who explains the constitutional position of a deputy prime minister.

Produced by Roshan Kanesan

Presented by Wong Shou Ning, Lyn Mak, Julian Ng

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nair
nair
12 Mar 2020 10.00am

I strongly feel not all Malaysians are no Stupid. No DPM but 4 Senior Ministers means each component of PN has a loud speaker & longer tentacles now.