The Conference of Rulers meeting slated for tomorrow has been postponed.
An officer from the Keeper of the Rulers' Seal's office confirmed with Malaysiakini that the postponement was due to the ongoing movement control order (MCO).
The officer said the 257th Conference of Rulers' meeting has now been rescheduled to June 30 and July 1.
The two-day meeting was supposed to have taken place on Feb 24 and 25, according to the Keeper of the Rulers' Seal website.
The Conference of Rulers meet three times a year and the postponed meeting was supposed to be the first scheduled meeting for the year.
The MCO came in force on Jan 13. The country is also under a state of emergency with Parliament suspended.
The Yang di-Pertuan Agong, after consulting his fellow rulers, had in October last year rejected Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin's request for a state of emergency.
In January, he finally consented to another request by Muhyiddin and an emergency proclamation was made on Jan 11.
Muhyiddin said the emergency was necessary to combat the Covid-19 pandemic but critics accused him of trying to cling to power after losing his majority in the Dewan Rakyat.
Parliament and elections were suspended following the emergency.
However, there are renewed calls to allow Parliament to convene amid various businesses being allowed to reopen despite the pandemic.
Muhyiddin had promised to hold elections when the pandemic is resolved.