Sultan Ibrahim says he will continue to defend the country's sovereignty and harmony of its people.
The fugitive businessperson says yacht value 'trashed' for the sake of political rivalry.
The sultan is also scheduled to witness the signing of an MoU between the two countries on movement of prisoners.
'Someone said there is a tunnel from the prime minister's residence to KLIA so that I can flee …'
Harapan fears that a PAS-Umno union will win the next general election, Khairuddin Aman Razali claims.
COMMENT | There are elements within the bureaucracy who have decided to take sides.
Road diversion and closure will start from 6am until event is over, says KL police chief.
COMMENT | 'The gov't still seems too riddled with potential for typical right-wing-style wrongs.'
Members include former senior civil servants with 'Datuk Seri' titles, says Tan Kok Wai.
The Malaysian envoy to UN says the process to do so has already begun.
After getting sworn in, new ministers get down to business.
UPDATED 10.42PM | Azmin will seek clarification from PM before meeting Selangor ruler to decide on which post to keep.
EDITORIAL | The tsunami did happen. But it was a 'Malaysian' wave that swept Harapan to power.
GE14 | They want the powers-that-be to reconsider dropping him as a polls candidate.
GE14 | Can he unseat the three-term Umno Goliath Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor?
GE14 | They must ensure all registered Putrajaya voters go to the polls.
Putrajaya had the highest proportionate number of searches for the opposition manifesto.
PKR president tells Penang crowd of the many shocking events she has seen in recent years.
UPDATED 4.19PM | 'There was no Putrajaya before, I don't know why it happened,' ex-PM quips.
Arutchelvan notes the move was due to the belief that neither BN nor Harapan would bring systemic change.
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Students will no longer be separated by academic achievement, says Putrajaya education director.
Incumbent says anyone can stand for election anywhere, because M'sia is a democratic country.
Bersatu strategists are also mulling Putrajaya and Langkawi as possible seats for Mahathir in GE14.
He says this ahead of the PM joining a rally to protest Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital.