Constitutional Crisis Looms Over Cherera’s Resignation

Was a headline in The Guardian on December 20, 2019.

The article examined how the sudden resignation of former Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr. Mahathir Mohamad could lead to a constitutional crisis in the country and the impact his departure could have on Malaysian politics. The article discussed the legal implications of the prime minister’s decision and looked at the role of the monarch, the Agong, in resolving the crisis. It detailed the process for appointing a new premier and investigated the options for resolving the impasse between the political parties vying for power. The article also touched upon the possible effects of the current situation on the Malaysian economy.

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