Dalam negeri[ sunting sunting sumber ] Mahathir dilantik sebagai Perdana Menteri pada tanggal 16 Juli pada usia 56 tahun. Ia mengonsolidasikan kekuasaannya sebagai ketua UMNO, lalu perdana menteri setelah memenangi pemilu Mahathir sangat keberatan dengan kedua sultan tersebut. Keduanya adalah pemimpin aktivis, dan Iskandar sendiri beberapa tahun sebelumnya dijerat pasal pembunuhan. Ia mengusulkan amendemen Konstitusi Malaysia ke parlemen supaya Raja dianggap menyetujui RUU apapun yang belum disetujui oleh Parlemen dalam kurun 15 hari.
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Both had been married previously; Mahathir was born with six half-siblings and two full-siblings. Discipline imposed by his father motivated him to study, and he showed little interest in sports. He won a position in a selective English medium secondary school, having become fluent in English well ahead of his primary school peers. After graduating with an MBBS medical degree, Mahathir worked as a physician in government service before marrying Siti Hasmah in and returning to Alor Setar the following year to set up his own practice.
He built a large house, invested in various businesses, and employed a Chinese man to chauffeur him in his Pontiac Catalina most chauffeurs at the time were Malay. While at college he contributed to The Straits Times under the pseudonym "C. Det", and a student journal, in which he fiercely promoted Malay rights, such as restoring Malay as an official language. For Mahathir this was a significant enough slight to delay his entry into national politics in protest.
The delay did not last for long. In the following general election in , he was elected as the federal parliamentarian for the Alor Setar-based seat of Kota Setar Selatan. The previous year, Mahathir had predicted the outbreak of racial hostility.
Now, outside parliament, he openly criticised the government, sending a letter to Abdul Rahman in which the prime minister was criticised for failing to uphold Malay interests. The book argued that a balance had to be achieved between enough government support for Malays so that their economic interests would not be dominated by the Chinese, and exposing Malays to sufficient competition to ensure that over time, Malays would lose what Mahathir saw as the characteristics of avoiding hard work and failing to "appreciate the real value of money and property".
The ban was only lifted after Mahathir became prime minister in ; he thus served as a minister and deputy prime minister while being the author of a banned book. Milne and Diane K. Razak encouraged Mahathir back into the party, and had him appointed as a Senator in He also returned to the House of Representatives , winning the Kedah-based seat of Kubang Pasu unopposed in the election.
When Razak died the following year, Hussein as his successor was forced to choose between the three men to be deputy prime minister; he also considered the ambitious minister Ghazali Shafie. The appointment meant that Mahathir was the anointed successor to the prime ministership. Nonetheless, when Hussein relinquished power due to ill health in , Mahathir succeeded him unopposed and with his blessing.
The position of Yang di-Pertuan Agong , the Malaysian head of state, was due to rotate in to either the elderly Idris Shah II of Perak or the controversial Iskandar of Johor , who had only a few years earlier been convicted of manslaughter. Thus Mahathir had grave reservations about the two Sultans, who were both activist rulers of their own states.
The proposal would also remove the power to declare a state of emergency from the Agong and place it with the prime minister. The Agong at the time, Ahmad Shah of Pahang , agreed with the proposals in principle but baulked when he realised that the proposal would also deem Sultans to assent to laws passed by state assemblies. Supported by the Sultans, the Agong refused to assent to the constitutional amendments, which had by then passed both houses of Parliament with comfortable majorities.
The press took the side of the government, although a large minority of Malays, including conservative UMNO politicians, and an even larger proportion of the Chinese community supported the Sultans. After five months, the crisis resolved, as Mahathir and the Sultans agreed to a compromise. Mahathir considered that an automotive industry was essential to Malaysia becoming an industrial nation. His government used tariffs to support the development of the Proton as a Malaysian-made car and to limit the capital outflow of the ringgit to foreign countries.
One of the most notable infrastructure projects at the time was the construction of the North—South Expressway , a motorway running from the Thai border to Singapore; the contract to construct the expressway was awarded to a business venture of UMNO.
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Mahathir berkhidmat sebagai pegawai perubatan di Alor Setar , Jitra , Langkawi dan Perlis sehingga tahun Beliau kemudian melangsungkan perkahwinan dengan Dr. Siti Hasmah Mohamad Ali pada 5 Ogos dan dikurniakan empat orang cahaya mata, iaitu tiga orang lelaki dan seorang perempuan manakala beliau mempunyai 3 orang anak angkat. Ketika itu, beliau merupakan anak Melayu pertama yang membuka klinik persendirian di Alor Setar yang pada ketika itu terdapat lima buah klinik sahaja.
Both had been married previously; Mahathir was born with six half-siblings and two full-siblings. Discipline imposed by his father motivated him to study, and he showed little interest in sports. He won a position in a selective English medium secondary school, having become fluent in English well ahead of his primary school peers. After graduating with an MBBS medical degree, Mahathir worked as a physician in government service before marrying Siti Hasmah in and returning to Alor Setar the following year to set up his own practice. He built a large house, invested in various businesses, and employed a Chinese man to chauffeur him in his Pontiac Catalina most chauffeurs at the time were Malay. While at college he contributed to The Straits Times under the pseudonym "C.
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Aqua Force rated it it was ok Jun 17, Alhamdulillah, sehingga kini Tun sihat walafiat. Tun, Many Malaysian will support you, we are not blind or simple as to not realise the sacrifice that you have made for us. Hmum — Doktor Umum by Mahathir Mohamad. Semoga Tun dipanjangkan umur dan sihat sejahtera. What is BNM or the reporting banks doing? All leaders are human beings and they make mistakes now and then.
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