The opposition is now sending confusing messages to the people, it's not impossible that this will cause them to give up on us.
Mahfuz Omar, Pokok Sena MP, telling opposition to get its act together
As far as I’m concerned, PAS is still in government and our job is to carry out our responsibilities as part of the government. There is much work to be done after the budget is approved. Our focus should be for the government to move forward and serve the people and provide them with services.
Iskandar Abdul Samad, Selangor PAS commissioner, stressing that PAS is part of Selangor state government
We will put him as a person we should call but it's not immediate.
Hasan Arifin, Public Accounts Committee chief, insisting questioning business tycoon Jho Low is not a priority
If you dare issue a challenge, you should pay in 'cash', that is, by being brave and sincere and not cloud that challenge. Don't give excuses in order to escape or exit yourself.
Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, Deputy Prime Minister, telling Petaling Jaya Utara MP Tony Pua to not ‘chicken out’ of debate with 1MDB president Arul Kanda
A debate shouldn't just be question and answer... It should be a debate where both sides argue on their views related to 1MDB.
Salleh Keruak, Communications and Multimedia Minister, insisting that the showdown between Petaling Jaya Utara MP Tony Pua and 1MDB chief executive Arul Kanda Kandasamy should not be a simple question-and-answer session
The creators of 1MDB and the managers are the people who sabotaged this country, which before this had a good record for financial management and a sound banking system. They are the people who should be charged in court for sabotage of the Malaysian banking and financial systems.
Dr Mahathir Mohamad, wanting those involved in the setting up of 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB), including Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak, to be charged with sabotaging Malaysia's financial and banking systems
The 1MDB issue is not a factor stopping the investors from coming to Malaysia. Moreover, the latest statistics showed they are still confident of the nation's economy.
Najib Razak, insisting that the 1MDB issue has not impacted foreign investment into Malaysia