Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohammed has announced that he will resign in November 2020. He said that he would resign after the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit in November and this decision was made after consulting the Awami Justice Party chairman Anwar Ibrahim.
Mahathir Mohammed said, “My decision to abdicate is an old one which I have mentioned in the past. The political parties in the mixed government will take whatever decision they have but I will resign only after the APEC meeting.” Malaysia’s Pakatan Harapan party came to power in 2018 and it was unanimously decided that Mahathir Mohammed would hand over the prime minister’s office to 72-year-old Anwar Ibrahim, but the date and time have not been determined.
Mahathir Mohammed took office on May 9, 2018, and said he would quit his office after two years. The meeting of the President of Pakistan Harapan will be held on Friday, February 21, 2020, which also discussed the transfer of Mahathir Mohammed. Will. Responding to a question, Mahathir said that whichever decision of the ruling coalition’s presidential council will resign only after the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit, Mahathir Mohamed and his allies have supported the ruling party for 60 years in the last general election in Malaysia. The latter was defeated.
According to the Malaysian Election Commission, 112 seats were needed to win, while Mahathir Mohamad and coalition parties managed to win 115 seats. Had fought against.
The current Prime Minister of Malaysia, 94-year-old Mahathir Mohammed, is the world’s oldest ruler.