From prison to Malaysia’s new leader: Anwar Ibrahim appointed to top seat

From prison to malaysia’s new leader: anwar ibrahim appointed to top seat

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “From prison to Malaysia’s new leader: Anwar Ibrahim appointed to top seat” – below is their description.

Anwar Ibrahim has been sworn in as Malaysia’s new prime minister on November 24, 2022, ending the political deadlock in the country. His swearing-in was a long time coming, after years of political ups and downs, including a decade in prison on sodomy and corruption charges, which he said were politically motivated.

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