INTERVIEW | GIACC director says the law is one of the top priorities in Putrajaya's new anti-corruption plan.
Without an act to regulate donations, he warns, politicians could be involved in a 'race to the bottom'.
Its president Munan Laja says the governing parties and the opposition must sit together to find the solution.
UPDATED 3.08PM | Former MCA president says the party was rich enough and could source its own political funding.
With an election now looming, it seems that we will have to wait yet another five years before making donations transparent and accessible, a headline topic once again.
Paul Low says his task now is to garner support of political leaders for the legislation.
Asking Najib to resign is not attempt at toppling government illegally, says MP.
Just about everyone (apart from the ruling party) is sceptical and dismissive of the move to legislate political funding and I believe they are very right in doing so.
Group however agrees proposal will contribute to greater transparency on income and expenditure of political parties.
UPDATED 6.36PM | The fuss over new funding legislation is way off mark, says the Pandan MP.
UPDATED 8.47PM | This must be agreed to by both BN and the opposition, as it affects all parties, says the PM.
This BN member is all set for this, with its deputy chief saying the party has practised making public its list of donors.
Bersih urges institutional reforms to give more autonomy and authority to the EC and MACC.
Rafizi calls it a diversion tactic because the PM ran into problems with his funding.
He criticises Prof Gomez for suggesting that he was opposed to political financing reform.