Malaysia PM makes multiple changes in cabinet reshuffle

KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – Malaysian Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim reshuffled his cabinet on Tuesday, making multiple changes including the posts of foreign, defence and energy ministers and the return of a second finance minister, as he looks to rebuild trust in his government after a year in office.

Anwar has seen a dip in public opinion polls in recent months, amid concerns over the economy and inflation, as well as a slow pace in promised reforms.

(Reporting by Danial Azhar and Rozanna Latiff; Editing by Martin Petty)