YOURSAY | ‘It’s not right for rulers to hold up and stand in the way of our democratically elected gov’t.’
Supporters plead with Sultan Abdullah, who is also the state ruler, to stop Pahang MB's 'political vendetta'.
His Majesty also acknowledges the quick action by state gov't and relevant agencies in handling the crisis.
He was nabbed in Sungai Petani, Kedah.
Pahang police chief says the trader was released yesterday after being detained for two days.
The 45-year-old is being probed under the Sedition Act for a Facebook post which went viral.
Police say the two men were angry over the trader's Facebook comments on the Agong.
The ceremony is a first for many new ministers and leaders.
UPDATED: 4PM | Conference of Rulers picks Sultan Abdullah Ahmad Shah as the 16th Yang di-Pertuan Agong.
UPDATED 1.40PM | Keeper of the Rulers’ Seal expected to issue an official statement on the election this evening.
MGCC says the date has been set for oath-taking ceremony, not installation.
Anyone who has not been convicted of a crime, should not be sacked for expressing a personal opinion on social media.
Police are not the arbiter of what is an acceptable speech or post on social media, says Latheefa.
LETTER | Agong, who may resign without giving reasons, did it with much decorum.
Sultan Muhammad V is also grateful to the Malay Rulers who had elected him, says a Perak Royal Council member.
Respect the monarch's rights not to publicise his alleged wedding, says its chairperson.
DPM says the federal administration, however, respects the decision made by the king.
This is confirmed through a statement by the Comptroller of the Royal Household.
UPDATED 3.44PM | Dr Mahathir says this when quizzed on claims of Sultan Muhammad V's abdication.
According to the New Straits Times, it was rare for such a meeting to call and it was a 'serious discussion'.
As such, Dr Mahathir says he is unable to say anything.
EXCLUSIVE | It is learned that the list provided by previous administration will be vetted again.
UPDATED 1.49PM | Asheeq Ali is being investigated under the Sedition Act for his speech delivered during a rally last month.
Cops say the rally was against the law as organisers had failed to give notice.
UPDATED 1.50PM | PARLIAMENT | The ruler said they have an ‘enormous responsibility’ to find solutions for the nation’s survival.
UPDATED 1PM | Supreme council member Lokman Noor Adam is blocked twice by police from starting the march.