Malaysian PM Mahathir begins big government clean up, but is his ruling coalition in a mess?

Malaysian Prime Minister Mohamad on Monday said he will replace the country’s attorney general and anti-corruption chief, as officials stepped up a probe into alleged widespread graft in the Barisan Nasional government defeated in last week’s general election. 
Mahathir said attorney general Apandi Ali, appointed by ex-premier Najib Razak, would be put on indefinite leave as his tenure was assessed, with solicitor general Engku Nor Faizah Engku Atek standing in for him….