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by mazwin nik anis, razak ahmad, wani muthiah, martin carvalho, a. ruban, AND akil yunus
SHAH ALAM: Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim has challenged PKR president Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail to prove she has majority support through a no-confidence vote against him in the state assembly.
“This claim must be interpreted through a no-confidence vote at the state assembly as required in the state constitution,” the embattled mentri besar said in a statement.
The state government had rules, laws as well as a legal process that must be adhered to not only by the people but also leaders and state administrators, he said.
“Our stand is that until this process happens, the administration of the state government will go on as usual,” he said, adding that it was also up to the Sultan of Selangor.
Sacked DAP exco member Datuk Teng Chang Khim said Khalid should call for an emergency state assembly meeting to decide on his fate as soon as possible instead of waiting for the assembly to sit in November.
“Under the provisions of the Standing Order, he has to call for (an emergency) state assembly meeting so the motion of no-confidence vote can be conducted,” he said.
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