Malaysia's king says opposition head Anwar fails to prove majority

Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim met King Abdullah on Tuesday to prove he has the parliamentary support needed to become the South-East Asian nation’s prime minister, but the palace said he failed.Following their brief meeting, Anwar said he provided the monarch with proof, only for the palace to release a statement saying Anwar “would not present the list of parliamentarians to support his claim.”Anwar demanded Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin resign after claiming on September 23 to have won the support of a “formidable” majority of lawmakers.But lawmakers have disputed Anwar’s asser…

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