Kedah will see a change in leadership as Chief Ministeri Mukhriz Mahathir will have to vacate his position after two PKR state assembly members switched their allegiance to support Muhyiddin Yassin. BFM speaks to Prof James Chin, director of the Asia Institute Tasmania at the University of Tasmania, who outlines what to expect as we get closer to 18 May when Parliament meets.
Produced by Sim Wie Boon
Presented by Roshan Kanesan, Noelle Lim and Khoo Hsu Chuang
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