Former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad has questioned the legality of the one-day Parliament sitting on May 18, now that it will only have the Yang di-Pertuan Agong’s opening address on the agenda.
“So what is this sitting? Only for us to listen to the Agong’s speech? This is not a Parliament sitting, and we have been delaying the sitting.
“When we asked for eight days (for the sitting), also it wasn’t allowed, and if we were to have a formal sitting after 60 days, I consider the appointment of this government not to be in line with the law.
“It is up to the legal experts to say whether this one-day sitting is...