KUALA LUMPUR – Malaysia’s opposition MPs on on Monday (Aug 2) renewed calls for Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin to resign and criticised his government for postponing the final day of a Parliamentary special sitting.

The lawmakers had said they would attend Parliament on Monday despite the postponement, but were prevented from doing so after the police blocked access roads to the building.

The MPs, including Leader of the Opposition Anwar Ibrahim, had earlier gathered at Dataran Merdeka or Independence Square nearby, after the road to Parliament was blocked by the police, The Star reported.

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