National Consultative Council 2
As I said at the start of my speech, there are adults who consider my views on current affairs as unsuitable. And they will look for 1,001 motives behind my suggestion of NCC2 instead of what I have just articulated. That is their prerogative.
Nazir Razak, CIMB Group chairman, calling for the government to bring back the National Consultative Council to steer the country back from its woes
Let me reiterate that whether or not Malaysia becomes a party to the TPPA will be a collective decision. Once the complete and official text of the agreement is prepared, it will be in the public domain and presented to Parliament for debate. We will also hold full consultations with interested parties and the public.
Mustapa Mohamed, International Trade and Industry Minister, arguing why Malaysia got the better deal in Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) negotiations as the country was accorded elements of flexibility which included longer periods and differential treatment for the country’s sensitive areas
Najib sues Ling Liong Sik
We have been instructed to take action and demand a retraction, an unequivocal apology and reasonable compensation for the aforementioned defamatory statement concerning our client.
Mohd Hafarizam Harun, Najib Razak’s lawyer, demanding former MCA President Ling Liong Sik to retract and apologise for an alleged defamatory statement he made about his client recently
Najib and WSJ
I need to seek my client's instructions. He just got back today. Give him time, and also me.
Mohd Hafarizam Harun, Najib Razak’s lawyer, on whether Najib would pursue in filing suit against The Wall Street Journal (WSJ)
We are currently monitoring seven leaders. If necessary, disciplinary action will be taken against them.
Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor, Umno secretary general, on monitoring seven of its leaders for disciplinary issues
It is not like tuna where there is an industry to catch them. Sharks are normally caught by accident when they enter the fishnets along with the other fishes. I don’t think they are purposely caught for their fins, which means, in perspective, there is no need to enforce a ban because the industry doesn’t exist.
Ahmad Shabery Cheek, Agriculture and Agro-based minister, dashing Sabah’s hopes for a shark sanctuary
PKR’s emergency meeting
It is an internal party matter and we will discuss it.
Azmin Ali, PKR deputy president, on the the petition sent in by 25 party members demanding a Supreme Council meeting to discuss Dr Wan Azizah's impromptu announcement on the formation of Pakatan Harapan