For the first time since Malaysia became independent from Britain in 1957, has a king abdisert in the country. Sunday came, namely the confirmation that the malaysian king Sultan Muhammad V (49) has abdisert, after only two years on the throne.
It happens after a rykteflom, which has brought great international attention.Malaysia: Former deputy prime minister pardoned
In november of last year the king took a two-month long leave of absence for medical reasons, and "disappeared" from the public.
the Surprise was therefore great when the rumors a short time later began to swirl around the king Sultan Muhammad V, who took over the throne in 2016, and a young Russian woman.Missekandidat
Both Russian and british media reported at the end of november that the king had married a former missekandidat from Russia. Images in the british tabloidaviser shows the king along with former Miss Moscow, Oksana Voevodina (25), under it should be a wedding in the Russian capital.
Supposed pictures of the ceremony show the 49-year old ruler was married this month, two forms of the Moscow beauty queen Oksana Voevodina, 25. #Malaysia PM #Mahathir says can't confirm if the King has married https://t.co/8kQtic81Ap @chedetofficialRosalind Mathieson (@RosMathieson) November 30, 2018
Rykteflommen around the king's future was no less after the leave ran out at the end of november, and after the messages that the country's islamic monarchs held an emergency meeting last week, writes news agency AFP.
the royal family has all the way refused to comment on rumors, and provide no reason to abdiseringen.
- the royal family announces His Majesty 6. January has abdisert as the 15. the king of Malaysia, says in a statement quoted by AFP.
Sultan Muhammad was the first unmarried king in the country's history. It is also not illegal for a malaysian king to marry a foreign citizen, but the singapore newspaper the Straits Times claims that the other monarchs in the country not liked the idea of that Voevodina should be queen.Unique
the royal family in Malaysia is unique in a global context. A new king takes office every five years, and rulers from nine of the eleven states in Malaysia switch on to have the title, writes NTB. The nine above-mentioned states have their own monarchs, and the country's royal family has reported that Muhammad V is ready to return as sultan of the state of Kelantan.Disney refuses Malaysia to censor "homoøyeblikk"
- He is ready to return home to Kelantan to be with their state government and the people of Keantan, named it in the statement from the royal family.
Although Malaysia's king is the country's head of state, the role is highly ceremonial for a retire in 1994. But he appoints the ministers and senators.
Only once in history has a former king returned to the throne in Malaysia. It happened to Muhammads predecessor, the Sultan Abdul Halim Mu'adzam Shah, who was also king in the 1970s, according to the BBC.
When he assumed the throne in 2016 reported the country's official news agency Bernama that the king "uses his leisure time to read. He is also interested in extreme sports, like to go on expeditions with the ATV, utholdenhetsprøvelser and shooting."
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