Only 160 MPs have submitted their asset declaration forms to Dewan Rakyat as the deadline to do so ends today, said speaker Mohamad Ariff Mohd Yusof.
In a statement released to the media earlier this evening, Mohamad Ariff revealed that opposition MPs comprised the majority of the 62 who had not done so.
Of those who did not submit their declarations, 38 were BN parliamentarians (including 36 Umno and one each from MCA and MIC), 18 from PAS, three from Sarawak Parties Coalition (GPS), one from Star (Sabah-based Parti Solidariti Tanah Airku Rakyat Sabah), and two independent MPs.
Mohamad Ariff also noted MCA's Wee Jeck Seng, who was just sworn in after winning the Tanjung Piai by-election last month, had not submitted his form.
According to the release, only three BN MPs from Umno and MCA had submitted their forms to the August House.
Meanwhile, all 139 MPs from the Pakatan Harapan ruling coalition had submitted their forms to Mohamad Ariff.
For the record, Dewan Rakyat members are compelled to make their asset declaration after the parliament passed a motion on the matter through a voice vote on July 1.
The motion was passed despite opposition lawmakers earlier arguing that Putrajaya had brought up an illegal motion in the House.