Dr M’s first failure
My first failure was Tun Musa Hitam himself. He could not wait for me to retire. So he resigned after five years being with me as my deputy, in a government his boys called the MM government. He believed the Umno Supreme Council would throw me out and appoint him as president. The council decided to persuade him to return as DPM and deputy president. He came back as deputy president.
Dr Mahathir Mohamad
I don't want to be like him because after this, I am going to attack him. So it’s better for him to cease (his attacks). If he continues and I attack him, I will end up like him. That's why I ask that he stops (his attacks).
Nazri Aziz, Umno supreme council member, warning his deputy president Muhyiddin Yassin to stop attacking party president Najib Razak
The MACC takes note of the advice and recommendations by the OPR at its meeting yesterday and hopes this matter is not misinterpreted as challenging the attorney-general by any quarters. I would like to emphasise that prosecution powers are with the attorney-general as stipulated under Article 145(3) of the Federal Constitution.
Abu Kassim Mohamed, Malaysian Anti Corruption Commission (MACC) chief, insisting it was was not trying to challenge attorney-general Mohamed Apandi Ali's authority after its operations review panel (ORP) recommended that the commission re-submit its investigations on SRC International to the attorney-general
The panel also did not conclude that the MACC investigators had collected sufficient evidence to prove a prima facie case against Najib.
Hamid Bugo, Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) Operations Review Panel (ORP) chairperson, denying that the committee believed there was enough evidence to prosecute Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak
This is an unpleasant surprise. MCMC has replied to my query and said they will issue a statement.
Jahabar Sadiq, The Malaysian Insider editor and chief executive officer, on being blocked by the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC)
With regards to that, MCMC reminds news portals to not disseminate or publish articles that are not verified. This is because such action can cause confusion and create unwanted situations.
Malaysia Communication and Multimedia Commission (MCMC), claiming news portal The Malaysian Insider had violated the law
Currently, Malaysian government officers have been encouraged to wear batik every Thursday. To this end, I call upon all GLC's and private sectors to also urge their staffs to wear batik on the same day of the week.
Rosmah Mansor, wife of Prime Minister, urging Government Linked Companies (GLC's) and the private sector to wear batik to work to create more demand for the product