Muhyiddin’s proposals not viable, say groups

PETALING JAYA: The Prime Minister’s call for bipartisan support is not a viable solution for the current political stalemate, say several groups in a shared statement.

“We question the Prime Minister’s special televised address where he presented seven proposals – an olive branch to opposition parties for cross-party agreement – just to stay in power under the guise of institutional reform goals.

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