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The palace will ask party leaders to nominate their MP of choice to be PM

KUALA LUMPUR (Feb 28): The palace has decided to ask party leaders to nominate their MP of choice to be the next prime minister.

The Agong says no particular MP now has the support of the majority of MPs to form a new govt.

Based on his interviews so far with the MPs in the past two days, the Agong says he is still not convinced any particular MP has the support of the majority of MPs to form a new govt.

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