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Premiership of Najib Razak

Summary
The Najib Government was the federal executive government of Malaysia led by the Prime Minister, Najib Razak. The government was made up of members of the Barisan Nasional. Following the resignation of incumbent Prime Minister, Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, Najib sworn in to become the sixth Prime Minister of Malaysia on 3 April 2009. Najib announced his inaugural Cabinet on 9 April 2009. after Barisan Nasional's victory in the 2013 Malaysian general election, Najib resumed his leadership as prime minister and was sworn in on 7 May 2013 for a second term. His premiership ended after defeated of Barisan Nasional in 2018 Malaysian general election. First 100 days Najib entered office with a clear focus on domestic economic issues and long-standing political reform questions. On his first day as Prime Minister, Najib announced as his first actions the removal of bans on two opposition newspapers, Suara Keadilan and Harakahdaily, run by the opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim-led People's
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