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LIVE [CONCLUDED] | Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin has clocked in this morning to his office one last time as the country's eighth prime minister.
He will now serve as caretaker prime minister until a new prime minister is appointed.
Below is Malaysiakini "live" updates of what took place earlier today.
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Muhyiddin confirms his resignation
3pm: Muhyiddin confirms that he has resigned after only 17 months of being the country’s eighth prime minister.
Also tendering their resignations are 29 members of his Perikatan Nasional cabinet.
“It is obvious that I have lost the majority support. So, there is no longer a need to ascertain my legitimacy as the prime minister in Parliament.
“So today, I have tendered my resignation as prime minister and also the resignation of my entire cabinet as required by the Federal Constitution,” he says in a special announcement aired live on television.
Solidarity between PN, BN, GPS to be maintained - Tuan Ibrahim
2.15pm: PAS deputy president Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man says all party leaders in the cabinet meeting today agreed for the solidarity between PN, BN and GPS to be maintained after this.
“Alhamdullilah, in the meeting, everyone was calm, and every party representative gave a speech and everyone agreed to maintain the solidarity together.
“The fight is still long, and the vaccination programme has to go on. The rakyat’s welfare and the current situation of the struggling rakyat was still part of the prime minister’s speech just now,” Tuan Ibrahim says, as reported by Berita Harian.
Takiyuddin attributes resignations to 'collective responsibility'
1.53pm: Outgoing de facto Law Minister Takiyuddin Hassan attributes the resignations to "collective responsibility" as opposed to "collective guilt".
"Thank you for everything, the bitter part is medicine and the sweet is a cure. If the country is safe, all will be healed. #StaySafeAndFocus," tweets the PAS secretary-general.Takiyuddin Hassan