KINI ROUNDUP | Here are the key headlines you may have missed yesterday, in brief.
Umno attends PAS muktamar
Umno president Ahmad Zahid Hamidi led a delegation of party leaders to attend the 64th PAS muktamar in Terengganu.
Zahid said a formal opposition pact for GE15 is still far off in the future.
He also confirmed that all Umno MPs have signed a statutory declaration empowering him to explore possible alliances, including with Pakatan Harapan.
PKR president-elect Anwar Ibrahim said there is no cooperation between Harapan and Umno for now, but did not discount the possibility of a future tie-up.
Rafizi explains war on Azmin's camp
PKR deputy president candidate Rafizi Ramli explained his battle against Azmin Ali's camp, saying it was due to their track record of frustrating major strategic decisions.
DAP voiced support for the move to engineer a by-election in Port Dickson for PKR's Anwar Ibrahim.
Anwar said Mahathir was a changed man, but still the same in some aspects.
Carpet dealer Deepak Jaikishian lodged a police report claiming former prime minister Najib Abdul Razak had forced him to take on Muhammad Shafee Abdullah as his lawyer.
The National Union of Journalists (NUJ) urged Utusan Malaysia employees to refrain from going out into the field as a sign of protest against delayed salary and allowance payments.
Anwar Ibrahim will launch a book by former PKR deputy president Syed Husin Ali today.