Ministry officials begin vacating offices

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TUAN BUQHAIRAH TUAN MUHAMAD ADNAN
05 Oct 2022 05:12pm
Speculations are rife that Parliament will be dissolved soon.
Speculations are rife that Parliament will be dissolved soon.
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PUTRAJAYA - The heat ahead of the 15th General Election (GE15) is already felt when several political appointees in ministries begin to vacate their offices today.

It was believed that this was due to speculations that the Parliament will be dissolved soon.

When contacted, an officer of a minister said so far there were no instructions to vacate the offices.

"It was something that we understood ourselves, tomorrow (Thursday) InsyaAllah I will start packing," the source told Sinar Harian.

Meanwhile, another minister’s officer shared several photos of the office being emptied on social media, today.

"Cleaning up first. We volunteered (to vacate the office)," the officer wrote in the caption.

Offices of political appointees being vacated was something normal ahead of the election or change in the government.

Previously, the opposition anticipated that Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob will be meeting the Yang di-Pertuan Agong to apply for the dissolution of Parliament before Budget 2023 on Friday.

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