Anwar sworn in as Malaysia’s PM after 25-year struggle for reform

Anwar sworn in as malaysia’s pm after 25-year struggle for reform

Al Jazeera English published this video item, entitled “Anwar sworn in as Malaysia’s PM after 25-year struggle for reform” – below is their description.

Veteran Malaysian politician Anwar Ibrahim has been sworn in as the country’s new prime minister.

The ceremony followed negotiations after Saturday’s election, in which no party secured a clear majority.

Al Jazeera’s @Florence Looi has more from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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