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PM Anwar Brushes Aside ‘Dubai Move’ Allegations, Focuses on National Agenda

Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim remains undeterred in the face of purported attempts to undermine his position, dismissing the alleged ‘Dubai Move’ with unwavering determination. Addressing reporters, the 76-year-old leader conveyed his resilience and commitment to his responsibilities despite being informed of the plot, choosing instead to spotlight crucial national initiatives. Anwar’s steadfast response comes in the wake of claims that a scheme to unseat him was hatched in Dubai, a narrative he swiftly deflected.

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Prioritizing National Initiatives:

Emphasizing the resilience of his leadership, Anwar redirected attention to the launch of a pivotal initiative—the Central Database Hub. Speaking at the Putrajaya International Convention Centre, he underscored the significance of digitizing the subsidy delivery system. The Central Database Hub aims to ensure a more targeted and efficient distribution of subsidies, particularly benefiting Malaysians genuinely in need.

Alhamdullilah: Anwar’s Confirmation:

In response to queries about his current status as Prime Minister, Anwar reaffirmed his position with a simple yet resolute “Alhamdullilah,” expressing gratitude to Allah. This affirmation not only asserted his ongoing leadership but also showcased a focus on his responsibilities and the initiatives aimed at improving the lives of the Malaysian populace.

Deputy PM’s Dismissal:

In a parallel news conference, Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi acknowledged the existence of the ‘Dubai Move’ but downplayed its significance. Describing the alleged plot as a “waste of time,” Zahid Hamidi affirmed the stability of the government under Anwar’s leadership. The initial report on the ouster plot surfaced in Berita Harian on December 30, with details disclosed by Community Communications Department deputy director-general Datuk Ismail Yusop, pointing to a supposed scheme during the holiday season in the United Arab Emirates.