Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin is undergoing a 14-day home quarantine and has assured the nation he will continue to perform his duties. It does however raise questions about succession planning as it is unprecedented that Malaysia does not have a designated deputy prime minister. BFM speaks to Lim Wei Jiet, a constitutional lawyer, who discusses the constitutional conventions and the possible scenarios.
Produced by Shazana Mokhtar and Nadya Mohan
Presented by Noelle Lim and Lyn Mak
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