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A key Malaysia bloc that could break the impasse on selecting a new prime minister was riven by infighting with lawmakers demanding their chief resign for misrepresenting their position to the monarch
Barisan Nasional Chairman Ahmad Zahid Hamidi had told King Sultan Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah the bloc supported opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim as the new prime minister, but lawmakers didn’t want to back him or the other contender, former premier Muhyiddin Yassin, an official said. 

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