UPDATED 3.28PM | The ministry's former secretary-general tells this to the court in Rosmah Mansor’s corruption trial.
UPDATED 3.24PM | In solidarity with newly-ousted speaker Ariff, Nga says he does not want to serve a government without a mandate from the people.
The prime minister says the public needed immediate assistance and could not wait for the Parliament sitting.
The extent the authorities going to hunt him down for speaking to the
media on his experience of injustice is alarming, the NGO says.
More than 53 government agencies under Laksana are monitoring the implementation of Prihatin nationwide, the PM says.
Muhammad Sanusi Md Nor also denies the enforcement authority was being racist against the Hindu community.
A pathologist, a money lender and four unemployed filed their notice of appeal at the Criminal High Court Registry in KL today.
'When someone you trust manipulates the trust for their own benefit,
without considering how it affects you, it can be damaging.'
The DAP has demonstrated that in its desperation to court the Malay vote, it would grasp at anything.
'Politics in Malaysia has been reduced to childish tit-for-tat banter.'
Hasnul Baharuddin takes his oath at the Selangor state assembly sitting today.
Azmin says his ministry is mulling several options on how to hold the Apec economic summit and this includes organising a fully virtual conference.
Najib alleges that Shafie, the then-rural development minister, had insisted on making open tenders limited.
'This is to reduce the necessity of using firearms, especially when dealing with aggressive or amok persons,' says IGP Abdul Hamid Bador.
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The decision would not affect the sentencing hearing set to begin on Aug 24.
Britain and the European Union have been working on a trade deal ahead of the Brexit transition period expiring on Dec 31.
PKR chief is confident they will put up a united front on the motion to remove Dewan Rakyat speaker and his deputy.
A seven-member Federal Court bench will hear the case at 9am on Monday.