Najib as PM
I agree with him that he should not step down and I must say that he should be given a chance to finish his term. Let the people punish him. This is my opinion, let the people punish him.
Tuan Guru Abdul Hadi Awang, PAS President, backing Najib Abdul Razak to stay on as prime minister
I agree with Hadi that Najib need not resign. He should instead dissolve Parliament if he wants a new mandate. Resigning would appear that he is running away from his responsibilities.
Mohamad Sabu, PAS deputy president
The eagerness of the prime minister's administration to rescue 1MDB regardless of the rakyat's sensitivities is concerning. It is not impossible that they will print more ringgit to finance 1MDB's debt after all other of the rakyat's funds have been exhausted.
Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, Permatang Pauh MP, warning that Putrajaya may resort to printing money to rescue 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) after it exhausts funds from government sources
Only the Employee Provident Fund has been bold and confirmed that no EPF money has been invested in 1MDB. The one who hasn't said anything is the Armed Forces Fund Board (LTAT).
Rafizi Ramli, PKR strategic director, saying this after exposing that it was likely Permodalan Nasional Bhd (PNB) to have loaned RM579.2 million to 1MDB after Tabung Haji admitted that it has bought RM920.8 million in sukuk bonds from the latter
At this point, no final investment decision has been made on the project. KWAP today confirms that no investment commitment has been made on TRX.
Retirement Fund Incorporated (KWAP), confirming that it is eyeing land in the Tun Razak Exchange zone owned by 1MDB
We support the prime minister, but we also want him to solve the problems in 1MDB.
Tajuddin Abdul Rahman, Umno supreme council member
There is no change in the government’s line of leadership.
Prime Minister’s Office, denying a rumour that there will be a Cabinet reshuffle