Ismail Sabri Yakub appointed new Prime Minister of Malaysia

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According to information in the country’s press, in a statement from the Istana Negara Royal Palace in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysian King Sultan Abdullah Shah appointed Ismail Sabri as the country’s new prime minister.

İsmail Sabri, who has been appointed to replace Muhyiddin Yasin, who resigned as prime minister because he predicted he would not be able to secure a majority in the confidence vote to be held in Malaysia in September, should be sworn in. tomorrow.

İsmail Sabri Yakub, who began his political career as a member of the United National Malay Organization (UMNO) party in 2004, was respectively Minister of Youth and Sports, Internal Trade, Agriculture and Rural Development and regional during former Prime Minister Necip Rezak.

İsmail Sabri, 61, entered the cabinet as defense minister under Muhyiddin’s prime minister and was appointed deputy prime minister on July 7.

With the restrictions of the new type of coronavirus (Kovid-19) that he enforced during his ministry, the name of İsmail Sabri came to the fore with the effectiveness of the fight against the epidemic.

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Ismail Sabri, who has championed Malaysian nationalism, had previously been criticized for his claims that the country’s Malays should gain economic superiority over other ethnic groups.

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