Anwar joins chorus calling for no-confidence vote over Fitch downgrade


Opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim has called for a vote of confidence to be tabled against the government, citing concerns that ongoing uncertainties could lead to further negative impacts on the nation's economy.

Anwar, who earlier chaired a Harapan presidential council meeting held in the Parliament building, said a confidence motion was necessary in view of reports that Fitch Ratings had downgraded Malaysia's sovereign credit ratings...

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