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Malaysia’s King Rejects Government Bid for Emergency Rule

(Bloomberg) —

Malaysia’s king on Sunday rejected Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin’s request to declare a state of emergency to tackle the pandemic, capping a tense weekend that saw opposition leaders criticize the proposal as an attempt by the premier to retain control amid a power struggle.

The government has been handling the coronavirus crisis well, the palace said in a statement after the monarch’s meeting with the nation’s other royals. The king also asked lawmakers to stop politicking that…

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