Malaysia’s Anwar to Test Majority With Parliament Vote

Malaysia's anwar to test majority with parliament vote

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Malaysia’s new Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim said he plans to test lawmakers’ support for his leadership with a confidence vote as he seeks to prove he commands a parliamentary majority. Juliette Saly reports on Bloomberg Television.

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