An insulting remark that caused a stir in the Dewan Rakyat.
In a sign befitting PKR’s current internal crisis, there are now two concurrent events confirmed to be taking place this weekend in the name of the party.
The long-awaited debate on the IPCMC Bill has been postponed to the next session in March next year.
The Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture will take appropriate action against the organiser of Tattoo Malaysia Expo 2019 following the semi-nude modelling seen at the event.
Motion against Anwar does not carry any weight and is likely an effort to merely taunt PKR party leaders.
PKR has decided that Azmin Ali will officiate its upcoming women’s wing congress while Wan Azizah will open its youth wing’s congress.
Any Member of Parliament who has been found to be verbally abusive will be subjected to stern action, including being suspended from attending a sitting at the Dewan Rakyat for a period of time.
Tourism and Culture Minister Mohammadin Ketapi has denied calling media photographers stupid, saying he only told one of them to “get lost”.
PKR deputy president Tian Chua has expressed his wish to be fielded in his former seat Batu for the next general election.
Dr Mahathir has questioned the motives of those playing up the repatriation of the remains of Chin Peng, while A-G Tommy Thomas hits back at Annuar Musa over Chin Peng barb.
PKR duo too old to retain positions.
The Court of Appeal in Kota Kinabalu has rejected Musa Aman’s appeal against the dismissal of his lawsuit challenging the legality of Shafie Apdal’s appointment as his successor.
Tian Chua has broken his silence on the tussle over the Batu parliamentary seat, saying he is the most practical choice for his former constituency.