MP SPEAKS | Studies indicate that ethnic violence is the work of political entrepreneurs.
He says BN and PAS must begin negotiation on seat allocations for the next general election.
COMMENT | Umno is just another political party. It does not carry the burden of the entire race on its shoulders.
Sabah Umno chief also cites a lack of funds for the failure to mobilise 9,700 party members.
He reiterates that the party will hold fast to its Malay-Muslim agenda.
He says this will help the two parties take power in GE15.
The PM delivers a history lesson to show the opposition's current narrative need not be accepted.
Amanah veep says they misused Islam to only serve their political interests.
UPDATED 9.06PM | Economist refers to the 'new opposition alliance' of Umno and PAS.
Hasni Mohamad says his chapter also supports automatic voter registration to make elections more democratic.
'It is for political defence operations, used (to obtain) political intelligence and political goodwill.'
The Umno MP expresses his surprise at Umno's resilience post-GE14.
He had earlier sent out a public invitation to a 'teh tarik' session featuring four princes.
He calls for the Umno-PAS cooperation to go beyond Malays and Islam.
He was met with a chorus of boos and asked to leave the auditorium.
Time the party is led by a 'commoner' with integrity and charisma, like acting president Mat Hasan, says Khaled Nordin.
'I have specific information on the numbers and who received the money,' claims Anwar.
Ambank employee confirms both parties received funds from account linked to ex-PM Najib's SRC International trial.
UPDATED 2.08PM | The Kemayan assemblyperson's speech was purely his personal view, says the party.
COMMENT | More worrisome than losing the last three by-elections is Harapan’s declining support from Chinese and Indians.
Despite no formal union on the cards, Nik Abduh hopes the pact between the two parties will never end.
The page lists the Umno headquarters phone number under its contact details.
UPDATED 2:45PM | 'They think they have the right and power to name me. I don't think so.'
UPDATED 3.49PM | The premier says the winning party will choose the Johor MB, not 'losers'.
The corporate figure laments being implicated in the controversy which, he says, has tarnished his reputation.