DAP always talks about democracy, so give way for the democratic process to run. If you don't agree with it, it's okay, it's your right. Just don't stop us from choosing the democratic and constitutional way.
Mohd Amar Nik Abdullah, Kelantan Deputy Menteri Besar, urging DAP to allow the democratic process to run its course in relation to the state government’s move to implement hudud laws in the state
My feeling is that it will probably be a conscience vote. No directive has been given on how you should vote (if such a bill is tabled).
Shahrir Samad, BN Backbenchers Club chairperson, on voting for hudud
I support hudud because of Allah. Umno supports it because of Allah, not because of politics. We will face the challenges together. Our opponents, from many groups, are trying to stop us. I am worried about obstacles the state government will face. Let's face it together.
Md Alwi Che Ahmad, Kok Lanas assemblyman, on the Hudud Bill tabled in the Kelantan state assembly yesterday
Sue Jho Low
This is what Low admitted to the international media, he admitted that he is close to Najib's family. If this is not true then Najib must sue him immediately.
Rafizi Ramli, PKR secretary general, challenging Prime Minister Najib Razak to sue businessman Low Taek Jho to disprove the latter's claims that he had close ties with the premier's family
How to bring Najib down?
Only issues like 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB), Pembangunan PFI Sdn Bhd, SRC International Sdn Bhd and Sirul Azhar Umar's escape to Australia can force Najib to step down.
A Kadir Jasin, former News Straits Times group editor in chief
Sarawak oil royalty’s negotiation
Our negotiations with Petronas on our request for an increase in oil and gas royalties from five percent to 20 percent have not succeeded. However, Petronas has assured it will award RM2.1 billion worth of contracts to Sarawak-based companies.
Adenan Satem, Sarawak chief minister, confirming that negotiations between the state and Petronas over Sarawak’s request to increase its oil royalty payment from five percent to 20 percent have failed
Walk the talk
Will he confine himself to just speeches? Shouldn't the responsibility to fix the country's problems falls on Tengku Razaleigh's shoulders? What action will he take? Even if he cannot cary out this patriotic act, I am certain there are many other things he can do with fellow MPs in the interest of country over party.
Husam Musa, PAS vice president, urging UMNO MP Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah to walk the talk following his scatching attack againt BN government