Is Muhyiddin's government legitimate?

Jacqueline Ann Surin

Modified 25 Mar 2020, 12:42 am

COMMENT | Even as we grapple with Covid-19, let's keep our eye on what our politicians are up to.

Just as vigilance is needed for our public health during a pandemic, eternal vigilance is what is needed for our political health, following a power grab.

In my column this week, I confront the questions surrounding Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin’s backdoor government. Is his government legal and constitutional? Is it legitimate?

To help me clarify these questions for Malaysians, I speak with... 

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