The MACC declined to give an estimate on the number of individuals and entities in the new list.
“We will investigate everything and everyone, as long as there is a complaint lodged with the MACC."
Sec-gen says Muhyiddin and Shafie were part of Umno management committee from 2011-2013.
Her two-year term is effective June 1, 2019, to May 31, 2021.
UPDATED 12.23PM | Judge allows bid by DPP to gazette notice for third parties who have interest in the civil forfeiture suits.
MP for Johor Bahru Akmal Nasir asks if we can expect the same integrity and ethics from Umno.
UPDATED 1.47PM | The prime minister says if the government wanted to bankrupt Umno, it could have been done earlier.
Former defence minister says this after giving his statement on the land swap deals.
UPDATED 6PM | Syed Saddiq says stern action should be taken against Umno for receiving RM212m in 1MDB-linked funds.
The former defence minister says he has nothing to hide and will cooperate.
Hasni Mohammad says the gov't cannot silence the spirit of the party among its members.
However, Sarawak Report alleges PAS received money from Umno and not 1MDB.
It says it is for umrah packages sponsored by an individual for Pekan residents.
Habib Jewels, meanwhile, says it has not received any civil forfeiture notice.
They respond after MACC files civil suits worth RM270 million against 41 local individuals and groups.
'For the purpose of securing evidence, we cannot tell you.'
UPDATED 2.21PM | Hishammuddin was defence minister from 2013 until BN lost power last year.
The team will comprise several government agencies and be led by the National Financial Crime Centre.
The Umno acting president says Umno's lawyers will argue for the money to be returned to the party.
UPDATED 1.45PM | Its new chief Latheefa Koya announces the largest civil forfeiture action in the nation's history, and lion's share of it is being sought from Umno divisions.
UPDATED 5.08PM | Elected representative is one of the leaders under investigation for corruption and abuse of power.
YOURSAY | 'Stop wasting time and let the new MACC chief accomplish her mission.'
Lawyers question the PSC's motive in wasting a civil servant's time with such a briefing.
The telco says it continues to extend its cooperation to the graftbusters.
UPDATED 10.06PM | PSC chair William Leong, meanwhile, wants to clear 'misunderstandings' with Dr M.
Ariff says the gov't worked within the law in appointing the new MACC chief.
Meeting comes after the PKR president had urged Dr M to clarify the appointment of the MACC chief.