The revolution framework has been implemented since 31 August 1957

Under the revolution framework, the Keeper of the Rulers' Seal, right now Syed Danial Syed Ahmad, asks the following in line on the rundown regardless of whether he is set up to be picked as Yang di-Pertuan Agong. This is done preceding the choice procedure.

The Rulers then cast their votes, which is done through mystery poll.

After which, if the applicant gets no less than five votes, he turns into the following Agong.

As per Constitutional master Prof Emeritus Datuk Dr Shad Saleem Faruqi, who was addressing The Star Online, when the primary turn rundown was drawn up after 1957, the principal name in the request was chosen based upon the status of residency as Sultan.

"In any case, around then, the most qualified and senior competitors (the then Sultans of Johor and Pahang) turned down the offer to end up the Yang di-Pertuan Agong. In this way, the position was offered to the following most senior and qualified hopeful (which was Abdul Rahman of Negeri Sembilan)," he was cited as saying by The Star Online.

Thusly, Tuanku Abdul Rahman's arrangement as the Agong was intelligent of the regular movement of the turn framework, the Prof Emeritus told The Star Online.


In case such has been the custom, then the Sultan of Kelantan — who being the following in line in view of the revolution framework — had he declined the offer, similar offer would truly have gone to the Sultan of Pahang, who is next in line. 

At that point what is the premise of the claim that the Sultan of Johor was offered the post? 

When he was not even next in line for the post, by what method would he be able to decrease? 

Is the greater part of this simply prattle? 

In any case, in case it is simply prattle, why then did the Sultan of Johor issue such an announcement? 

Also, if there was to be sure such an offer made to the Johor Sultan, does this mean the Conference of Rulers needed to break the custom of turn framework? 

That is a very impossible thing for the rulers to do, yet in the event that they did, does it mean the Sultan of Kelantan was not their first decision, despite him being the following in line? Be that as it may, why?

Indeed, it turns out, the Facebook page of Johor Southern Tigers, where Johor Crown Prince Tunku Ismail Ibrahim generally issues his announcements, may perhaps be the wellspring of such a claim 

Prior on 14 October, the Facebook page of Johor Southern Tigers posted asserting that the Johor Sultan had "consciously declined the offer" to be the following Agong. 

The said post, since erased from the Johor Southern Tigers' page, read: "This was all done as the sultan of Johor demands giving his most extreme concentrate on the sway of Johor and the welfare of the general population of Johor". 

Furthermore, in the remark segment, the page had asserted, in an answer to another remark, that the various rulers had needed the Johor Sultan to be next Agong. 

"In any case, the Johor Sultan has declined the offer to focus completely on Johor," read the remark, as reported by Malaysiakini.

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