Mahathir Mohamad, Malaysia’s former prime leader, was brought to a hospital on Saturday, according to a spokeswoman for him.
The news: Mahathir was admitted to the National Heart Institute’s cardiac care unit, according to the spokeswoman, but no further information was provided.
- The 96-year-old, who is still an active lawmaker, has been admitted to the hospital for the second time this month.
- Last Monday, he was released following what was characterised as a successful elective medical treatment.
- The National Cardiac Institute did not specify what surgery Mahathir had done at the time, despite the fact that he has a history of heart difficulties.
His doctors indicated they were satisfied with the findings of the necessary studies, so he was admitted and discharged in December.