You demand answers, but yet reject them: minister to TI chief
Salleh Keruak responds to Jose Ugaz's scathing speech at the anti-graft conference in Putrajaya.
If need be, Maria Chin says, Bersih will take the matter to court.
[UPDATED 5.52PM] Transparency International Jose Ugaz's scathing speech gets resounding applause at major anti-graft conference.
Veteran MP wants to know if the minister's latest job specification is to remove all the 'shocks' of a failed anti-corruption campaign.
Penang chief minister decides to sue Umno-owned daily for linking him to the Bersih 4 rally.
MPs, state assemblypersons and party leaders are called in to give statements.
She laments what wherever she goes, she is being asked 'What is happening to Malaysia?'
Current president says he will contact Ling Liong Sik to clarify the matter.
Maria Chin however gives the Umno MP a dressing down for sowing racial animosity.
UPDATED 5.20PM The ex-journalist however fails to provide evidence during the dramatic press conference.
UPDATED 3.35PM Till yesterday, the PM was to go for this anti-graft meeting of 'fearless activists' says minister Paul Low.