The political turmoil sees Bersatu which has 26 MPs left the coalition while PKR lost 11 seats after nine of its MPs quit the party following the sacking of its deputy president Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali and vice-president Zuraida Kamaruddin.
This has led the PH government to lose its majority in the Parliament after it was left with only 92 MPs, short of 20 seats for a simple majority to form a government.
Asked on the total numbers of MPs supported PH so far, Anwar said it was impolite and improper to discuss the matter.
"We leave it to the discretion of Agong ... not right to discuss that matter... We have all been invited to meet Agong. Now all actions must stop and we must wait for Agong’s decision. (The decision) Must be respected by all," he said.
Anwar said PH remains committed to improving the country in all aspects.
“We will not betray the people’s mandate,” he added.
Anwar, however, refused to comment on Dr Mahathir’s proposal to establish a non-partisan government.
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