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Muhyiddin Advocates Renewed Leadership for Bersatu

Muhyiddin Yassin, the President of the Malaysian United Indigenous Party (Bersatu), recently made a significant announcement regarding the party’s future leadership. During a recent interview, Muhyiddin expressed his belief in the necessity of ushering in fresh leadership, signaling a departure from his own role. This move comes amidst internal discussions within Bersatu and speculation regarding its leadership succession plan.

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Muhyiddin’s Call for Change:

Muhyiddin emphasized the need for new leadership to guide Bersatu forward. He highlighted the presence of capable and credible young leaders within the party ranks. Muhyiddin iterated that his tenure cannot be prolonged indefinitely and hinted at a transition within the next one to two years. Despite his willingness to serve for as long as required, Muhyiddin anticipates a brief period before the leadership change takes place. He stressed that the process would be conducted democratically, aligning with the party’s principles.

Reaffirming Bersatu’s Identity:

In reiterating the core values of Bersatu, Muhyiddin emphasized that the party’s mission is rooted in the struggle for Malay interests rather than revolving around individual leadership figures. He reiterated his commitment to this cause, dispelling notions that Bersatu’s identity is synonymous with his own leadership. This reaffirmation underscores the party’s enduring principles and its commitment to serving the Malaysian populace.

Navigating Internal Disagreements:

Muhyiddin addressed concerns regarding internal disagreements within Bersatu, attributing them to differences in opinion rather than insurmountable conflicts. He clarified that disagreements often stem from personal issues. However, he emphasized that these differences do not signify deep divisions within the party. As a founding member, Muhyiddin expressed his aversion to causing splits within Bersatu, emphasizing the importance of unity in pursuing the party’s collective goals.

Response from Deputy President Ahmad Faizal Azumu:

Deputy President Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu dismissed speculations of power struggles within Bersatu’s leadership ranks following Muhyiddin’s announcement. He assured that the leadership remains focused on addressing pertinent issues and serving the interests of the Malaysian people. Ahmad Faizal’s statement underscores the party’s commitment to stability and continuity during this transitional period.


Muhyiddin’s call for renewed leadership within Bersatu marks a significant milestone in the party’s evolution. As discussions regarding succession continue, the party remains steadfast in its commitment to upholding its founding principles while adapting to the changing political landscape. With Muhyiddin’s endorsement of a democratic leadership transition, Bersatu is poised to navigate this period of change with resilience and unity.

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