In disarray - Horses’ Mouths – 20 October 2015

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Pakatan Harapan in disarray

What we're seeing today just encapsulates the problem with the opposition right now. It just goes to show that despite the fact that BN is experiencing some problems, the opposition can't even take advantage of the weaknesses in BN.

Ibrahim Suffian, Merdeka Centre director, claiming Pakatan Harapan appears to be in a state of disarray following the public dispute over the tabling of a motion for a no-confidence vote against Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak


It all started with her inability to put things in order. She's not fit to be opposition leader.

Maszlee Malik, Universiti Islam Antarabangsa (UIA) lecturer, blaming PKR president Wan Azizah Wan Ismail for Pakatan Harapan’s problem



Pua-Sivarasa’s spat

I will stick to my earlier statement that the situation would be best resolved by the local authority.

Sivarasa Rasiah, Subang Jaya MP, on the bickering with Petaling Jaya Utara MP Tony Pua over the Deepavali Bazaar issue must stop as the issue had been “resolved”


No, not yet, we will see how later.

Tony Pua, Petaling Jaya Utara MP, insisting the matter yet to be resolved



Bank Negara’s prerogative

This would include the imposition of monetary penalties, issuance of an order to comply, making restitution to any person aggrieved by a breach, public and private reprimands and an order to take steps to mitigate or remedy a breach. This is to ensure the integrity of, and confidence, in the financial system.

Bank Negara Malaysia, insisting that any decision apart from criminal proceedings, the central bank is authorised under the Financial Services Act 2013 and Islamic Financial Services Act 2013 to pursue administrative actions




Based on the ministry's observation at 1pm today, the API (Air Pollution Index) level at the affected areas remained 'Unhealthy'. The closure will affect 1,909,842 students in 3,029 schools nationwide.

Education Ministry, announcing schools in Malacca, Negri Sembilan, Selangor, Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya, Kuching and Samarahan in Sarawak, and Tawau in Sabah, will remain closed today due to haze



Pua’s fate in PAC

We will discuss about this. So we will look into this in the first meeting (under his stewardship).

Hasan Ariffin, Public Accounts Committee chief, on the fate of DAP lawmaker Tony Pua with regard to his membership in the committee

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