Everything went well. I'm a purebred Umno member. The PM (Datuk Seri Najib Razak) will issue a statement.
Muhyiddin Yassin, Umno Deputy President, reacting after he survived the party’s Supreme Council meeting yesterday
That is the latest lead that we got. We will give more details once new leads emerge.
Zainuddin Ahmad, Kuala Lumpur CID chief Senior Asst Comm, believing that missing Deputy Public Prosecutor Anthony Kevin Morais was kidnapped
Red shirts rally
It's a free country, but we have to observe the law and obey police orders. The rally should not disrupt public peace, and most definitely should not be used as a platform to spew racial discord.
Najib Razak, Umno president, stressing that party members will not be stopped from joining the rally by the so-called "red shirt" group on Sept 16 as long as they observe the law
They collected money, but when asked to reveal their source of donations, they refused to disclose it. But when it comes to us, they question all kinds of things. We can't have double standards.
Najib Razak, Prime Minister, accusing Bersih 4 organisers of practising double standards when it comes to political funding
WSJ’s breaking news
We are shocked that a hitherto reputable publisher such as the Wall Street Journal would make use of clearly confidential information in its reporting.
We refer specifically to the WSJ confirming it has reviewed a 'transcript of the proceedings', from a parliamentary committee probing 1MDB, of which the only possible source is the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) hearings on 1MDB.
"The standing orders of the Malaysian Parliament very clearly states that 'the evidence taken before any select committee and any documents presented to such committee shall not be published by any member of such committee, or by any other person, before the committee has presented its report to the House'.
1MDB, accusing The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) of breaching Malaysian law after the US publisher reported claims that US$1.4 billion paid by the Malaysian state-owned fund to Abu Dhabi-based International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC) had gone missing
Arresting Dr M?
That's their right. Tangkaplah (Just arrest me). What's there to cooperate with?
Dr Mahathir Mohamad, telling the police to go ahead and arrest him for attending the Bersih 4 rally
I’ve never said he would be arrested.
Khalid Abu Bakar, IGP, denying ever saying that former Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad would be arrested