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Anwar: Malaysia's Government Unlikely to Stay Until Next Election

May.19 -- Malaysia’s opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim discusses the political turmoil in the country and what he plans to do. For the first time in Malaysia’s history, the one-day parliament session on Monday hosted only a speech by the king, leaving no time for representatives to discuss policies for addressing the pandemic or go through a planned no-confidence vote against Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin. Anwar also talks about the the 1MDB investment fund scandal with Haslinda Amin on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia." (Audio and video quality as incoming)