Roadblock for no-confidence motion as gov't matters prioritised

Modified 9 May 2020, 3:05 am

The opposition's attempt to table a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin during the Parliament sitting on May 18 could run into a brick wall.

This is because de facto Parliament and Law Minister Takiyuddin Hassan stressed that only government matters would be prioritised during the one-day sitting...

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