Red shirts rally
Before the gathering had even begun, there was an incident where an effigy was burned. This is worse than the incident where several protesters stomped on photos (of PAS President Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang and Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak). Could worse things occur during the September 16 rally?
Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man, PAS deputy president, expressing skepticism over the red-shirt rally to be held today in Kuala Lumpur
Do not celebrate Malaysia Day with a rally or gathering that can be construed as racist, whatever the motive may be behind it.
Muhyiddin Yassin, Umno deputy president
They are organising it because they said the Bersih rally was racist. But the Bersih rally was not racist as every race was there together. So they make Bersih racist to show that they are championing the Malays. There is no need for rally.
Dr Mahathir Mohamad, calling on organisers of Wednesday's "red shirt" rally to cancel the event as they are not fighting for the Malays
The fund injection will be done in phases and ValueCap’s business model will be similar to its approach during the 2002 to 2013 period.
Abdul Wahid Omar, Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department, insisting that ValueCap Sdn Bhd’s RM20 billion injection will not affect the 2016 Budget allocation
Therefore, the attempts by the parties and individuals mentioned above to somehow connect the prime minister to the murder case is completely without basis.
Mohamed Apandi Ali, Attorney General, claiming any attempts to link Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak to the 2006 murder of Mongolian Altantuya Shaariibuu is baseless as either former police commando Sirul Azhar Umar nor private investigator Balasubramaniam Perumal had ever implicated Najib
It is their right to contest wherever they want to... how many seats and where we will contest will be decided later.
Nasrudin Hassan, PAS information chief, declaring that the party is prepared to square off against splinter party Parti Amanah Negara (Amanah) in elections
Saving the economy
To minimise the impact of external factors on Malaysia’s real economy and keep the momentum going, the Government has decided to take proactive measures for the short and medium term challenges.
Najib Razak, unveiling measures amounting to more than RM28bil as short and medium term initiatives to keep the momentum of the economy going in the wake of a global slowdown