There is an arrogant person holding a position in the party (and) the government, who said tomorrow is not election day. It is like a mother asking her son what he wants to be when he grows up and the son answered, 'I'm still a little boy, mother'.
Muhyiddin Yassin, former Deputy Prime Minister, on International Trade and Industry Minister Ahmad Maslan’s remark saying ‘tomorrow is not the election day’
There are people who said we will lose if the elections are held today. Who said the elections are today? It's not today, not tomorrow.
Najib Razak, Prime Minister
They said 'Tan Sri, now you are no longer the deputy prime minister, please speak nicely (of 1MDB). Who knows - there might be people who want to find fault so much, that your deputy president post might be threatened.’ I said I won't keep quiet. As a deputy president why should I? I need to speak up.
Muhyiddin Yassin, Umno deputy president, vowing he would not shut up on 1MDB
I just want to warn you, I can’t comment on 1MDB because talking about 1MDB is now a crime.
Dr Mahathir Mohamad
PAS does not deny the possibility that the plan to stop all investigations on 1MDB has started.
Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man, PAS deputy president, reacting to the detention of three officers in relation to the 1MDB investigations were brought in to determine how information on the probe was leaked out
The question that begs to be answered, is it fair to deny him the opportunity to advance his political career for the seventh time? We may be foolish enough to say 'yes' because we are more interested to see him serving our interest rather than his own. But for him, the answer is obviously quite the opposite. And we honestly can't blame him for thinking that way.
Abdul Rahman Dahlan, BN strategic communications director, on Nur Jazlan’s accepting the post of deputy home minister which forced him to vacate his position as Public Accounts Committee (PAC) chairperson
Don't spread the ugly lies. Social networking sites are under the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission.
Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, Deputy Prime Minister, warning netizens not to spread lies on social media