Dr Mahathir is wrong in saying ministers have a right to give out contracts as this goes against PH's reform principles.
The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission is still waiting for copies of asset declarations by opposition MPs, even though the deadline has lapsed for almost two months.
Azmin seems to be caught in a circle of fire he created; rapid changes in the political scene may just cause him to be “burned” instead of elevating his political position.
Zaid Ibrahim has defended Lim Guan Eng amid a PAS leader calling for his head to roll as finance minister.
Deputy home minister says won’t rush into abolishing Sedition Act.
Liew Vui Keong said Putrajaya seeks to review, not repeal Sosma, while NGOs and MPs said best to do away with “mostly draconian” act.
The Federal Court’s landmark ruling that the tort of misfeasance in public office can be extended to politicians.
De facto Islamic affairs minister Mujahid Yusof Rawa said his ministry will continue to convince the various state religious departments to ban child marriages.
Azmin will continue to create problems until he is sacked.
A meeting was held at a bungalow by the Putrajaya lake, from where the prime minister’s official residence is in plain sight.