No request for motion of no confidence in Anwar, says Dewan Rakyat Speaker

KUALA LUMPUR: No MPs have submitted a motion of no confidence in Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, says Tan Sri Johari Abdul (pic).

The Dewan Rakyat Speaker said as of Monday (Feb 19), he had yet to receive any request to file a motion of no confidence against the premier.

"There is no letter or request for a motion of no confidence.

"I have not received anything, until today, so nothing will be happening," he said in his speech during a meeting with media practitioners at the Parliament building Monday.

Previously, Anwar challenged the Opposition to bring a vote of no confidence in the Dewan Rakyat if they planned to topple the government.

The Dewan Rakyat will convene next Monday, Feb 26, starting with the royal address from His Majesty Sultan Ibrahim, King of Malaysia.

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