To sum up PM TS Muhyiddin's statement in response to the the YDPA's rebuke was:— Syed Jaymal Zahiid🌹 (@SyedJymalZahiid) July 29, 2021
We have advised the Agong to revoke the Ordinances and whether or not he agrees, he has to. The government is not legally bound to wait nor is it bound to act on his advice to table and debate them.
PMO maintains PM, law minister adhered to Constitution in announcing revocation of Emergency Ordinances https://t.co/bHhQ2c8G3L— Malay Mail (@malaymail) July 29, 2021
Is the PM accusing the King of misleading the public?— 🇲🇾 Nik Nazmi (@niknazmi) July 29, 2021
Tell you what's interesting in all this gobbledygook.— Jahabar Sadiq (@jsadiq) July 29, 2021
* Press statement issued when PM has diarrhoea
* Press statement issued when PM advises King to allow parliamentary sitting from July 26.
* NO Press statement when decision made to advise King to revoke EOs.
Strange but true.
Reality is this.— Jahabar Sadiq (@jsadiq) July 29, 2021
* King wanted EOs debated, voted in Parliament
* Govt says unnecessary if not used anymore
So let's say it as it is.
Debate, vote not seen as necessary as its a "briefing session" and could lead to implications inimical to the status quo.