Before PR 63, where Indonesian and foreign-language versions could not be signed simultaneously, it was common practice to conclude the agreement first in the foreign language. The Indonesian version would then be prepared and signed within an agreed time frame. Through this practical approach, the parties accepted the risk of questioning the validity of the foreign language (particularly where the agreement is governed by Indonesian law) during the period between the signing of the foreign language and the Indonesian version. This risk persists even after the introduction of PR 63. After the 2016 general elections, a minority government was formed by Fine Gael and some independents, with confidence and supply (Irish: muinen agus soléthar) in exchange for a series of political commitments published by the government.  Fianna Féil abstains in the presentation of confidence and offer, but reserves the right to vote for or against any bill proposed in the D`il or Seanad. The contract is expected to last until the end of 2018, with the possibility of an extension until then, to extend it to a maximum of five years.  On 12 December 2018, Fianna-Fiil leader Micheel Martin said his party would guarantee that the government could continue throughout 2019 and that elections could be held in early 2020.  In essence, Law 24 and PR 63 stipulate that a foreign language can only be used if the agreement (melibatkan) concerns a foreign party. It is not certain that a PMA PT can be considered a “foreign party” within the meaning of Law 24 and (ii) whether the “participation of a foreign party” can be broadly interpreted to cover a scenario in which a foreign person participates in the negotiation and preparation of the agreement (for example.
B as president of the PMA PT), but is not a contracting party. Many, particularly the MUDA Youth Party, argued that a state of emergency or the brink of collapse was not necessary. If Muhyiddin`s main need is to adopt only the budget, the confidence and supply agreement can be introduced, as proposed by MP Muar Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman.