The next PM
The PR (Pakatan Rakyat) will lose its silver bullet if Najib resigns. He is its biggest asset. Things will be worse for the opposition if Muhyiddin succeeds in improving the affairs of the state.
A Kadir Jasin, former News Straits Times group editor-in-chief, arguing that Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin is the best person to take over from Datuk Seri Najib Razak as prime minister and Umno president, as pressure piled on the latter to resign
It is the right of customers to decide not to pay service charges and there is no prescribed service charge rates.
Alias Ahmad, Ministry of Domestic Trade, Cooperative and Consumerism (KPDNKK) secretary-general, insisting that restaurants and hotels without a collective agreement between employers and employees are not allowed to impose service charges
Attacks from former MB
The fact is, the open tender system which has a thousand benefits is now polluted by the cut-off system which allows contracts to be awarded to those who are not the lowest bidder. (It) opens room for back-door negotiations, corruption and abuse of power and public funds. This is tragic because it is the people of Selangor who will have to pay again to fix subpar services funded by the public coffers.
Abdul Khalid Ibrahim, former Selangor Menteri Besar, calling his successor Azmin Ali to resign for allegedly introducing a system which opens the doors to corruption
With Sirul's denial and that of his lawyer, the question is whether the IGP had lied.
Mahfuz Omar, PAS information chief, on murder convict Sirul Azhar Umar denying Inspector-General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar Khalid's statement that he had sent police officers to record the latter’s statement in Australia
Najib and Dr M
Hot and cold.
Shahrir Samad, BN Backbenchers Council chief, on what Prime Minister Najib Razak had told him on how things are between him and Dr Mahathir
Dr Mahathir’s allegations
We have discussed this with the PM and we feel that we'll answer on things that we are able to, especially the purchase of the government jet, 1Malaysia Development Bhd and the goods and services tax. All this we can answer but we also advised him to speak up on this himself when the time is right. And I don't think this is a problem for him. Sometimes we cannot pretend nothing is happening, and I am confident Najib will answer the allegations made against him.
Shahrir Samad, Johor Bharu MP, urging Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak to stand up for himself on thorny issues raised by former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad
They were also planning to make bombs as detailed notes were found which were obtained from Imam Samudera of Indonesia.
Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, Home Minister, claiming police stations and army camps were believed to be among the targets of 17 individuals who were detained by police on Sunday