The US$126m offer was the 'best price' the gov't could get for the sale of the superyacht.
UPDATED 8PM | PARLIAMENT | Opposition lawmakers stage walkout after Ahmad Marzuk Shaary's suspension.
PARLIAMENT | Financial commitments made by previous administration but were not budgeted.
Najib highlights an old video of Guan Eng warning of a radioactive disaster in Kuantan.
The total value of these projects has been brought down to RM13.13b, says Lim Guan Eng.
Two police reports on the matter have been lodged at the Dang Wangi police headquarters.
After receiving RM1.6b offer for the M'sia Building, Putrajaya now seeking even higher bids.
Finance minister says RM3.22m has been budgeted for the seized yacht for the first quarter of this year.
UPDATED 1.04PM | Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng says a second reading of the bill is expected during current sitting.
PARLIAMENT | This comes after Najib expresses concern over the sale of the Malaysia Building in Hong Kong.
The ex-Penang CM was questioned for five hours today.
He tells a defamation hearing that he agrees that they were part of the BN government.
UPDATED 5PM | PARLIAMENT | This was enabled by a special payout from Petronas, says Guan Eng.
Minister says there have been many complaints on the difficulties in obtaining financing.
'We will definitely do it if we can get a similarly low rate,' adds the finance minister.
MP SPEAKS | The test of its success will be whether the people are better off now than under BN.
The finance minister clarifies that it was merely one of the options presented to the PM.
IGP Mohamad Fuzi Harun denies police are dragging their feet on the matter.
It says certain parties are even using the appearance and format of local dailies to spread false information against minister Lim Guan Eng.
The MCA chief adds authorities should at least confirm or deny the veracity of leaked documents revealed in a blog.