Tomorrow, MPs will gather at the Dewan Rakyat - possibly for the last round of sitting before the 14th general election.
It will be the 13th Parliament's third and last meeting of the fifth session, meaning that, barring exceptional circumstances that would warrant a special sitting, the House will not convene again until the next general election.
The full term of a Parliament comprises five sessions - one session a year - and each session typically comprises three meetings, with the exception of the first session after a general election, which can sometimes make up four meetings.
This last sitting, which takes place from Oct 23 to Nov 30, will also see Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak table his last budget before he dissolves the House - or when it automatically dissolves in June.
Apart from the obvious - which is the Budget 2018, Malaysiakini takes a look at what other items are on the agenda in this last leg of sitting...