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The Straits Times reported that Malaysia's King Sultan Abdullah Ahmad Shah during the weekly pre-Cabinet audience Wednesday asked PM Muhyiddin to bring forward a parliamentary confidence vote, originally pencilled for September. The request was reportedly discussed during the subsequent emergency meeting of Perikatan Nasional leaders. One Straits Times source suggested that the vote could be held as soon as next Wednesday, which has been proposed as a possible date. Most local media outlets noted that participants of the PM leaders' meeting refused to spill the beans when asked for comments.