‘RM2.6 billion for PM’ scandal
The order to freeze the six bank accounts belonging to those believed to be involved in this case was issued on July 6, 2015.
Attorney-general Abdul Gani Patail, Bank Negara governor Zeti Akhtar Aziz, Inspector-General of police Khalid Abu Bakar and Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) chief Abu Kassim Mohamed, announcing that the special taskforce probing the alleged misappropriation of 1MDB's funds has frozen six bank accounts related to the case
It is during this holy month that we make time to sit down quietly and reflect upon ourselves. It is during such moments that I always find myself filled with pride to be Malaysian.
There has yet to be official statement but before this, it wasn't the prime minister who was investigated but the companies who allegedly channelled the money to his account. Maybe it was the company's account that were frozen.
Ismail Sabri Yaakob, Agriculture and Agro-based Industry Minister
Hadi said Najib is no angel. This means (Hadi is implying that) the allegations may be true. Haron, meanwhile, said the WSJ revelations seem illogical but must be investigated. We in PAS do not support anyone who hides the truth.
Takiyuddin Hassan, PAS secretary general
The whole world knows about Najib, Jho Low, and 1MDB. The country has never been bombarded with such allegations before.
Dr Mahathir Mohamad, insisting it was Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak who was embarrassing the nation with the 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) scandal
Ambank murder probe
I call on the Inspector-General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar to re-open investigations into the murder of the founder of AmBank, Hussain Ahmad Najadi who was shot dead in broad daylight in the centre of Kuala Lumpur on July 29, 2013 and to ascertain whether his murder had any links with the 1MDB scandal.
Lim Kit Siang, DAP advisor, urging police to re-open the murder case of Ambank founder Hussein Ahmad Najadi
Decline in Felda share price
Do not be unduly worried as Felda will do the necessary to make sure it does better. Felda shares will go up. It has all the potential for this. One of the reasons for the decline in the share price is because we have run out of land to grow oil palm.
Najib Razak, telling Felda settlers not to be unduly worried over the decline in the conglomerate's share prices