I am anti-Umno... but not (anti-) Umno people. We (PAS) want to be good with Umno people even though Umno as a party has made many mistakes.
Tuan Guru Abdul Hadi Awang, PAS President
At the beginning of the film, they (production company) already said the film was inspired by historical events and not 100% based on historical facts. If not, they would surely use their real names in the film.
Khairy Jamaluddin, Youth and Sports Minister, opining that the dispute between former national football players and the OlaBola film production company should not be blown up
Sabahan, don’t worry
I will definitely not be coming here if the security is not good. The Eastern Sabah Security Command (Esscom), which was non-existent three years ago, is constantly improving its capability at sea and on land.
Nur Jazlan Mohamed, Deputy Home Minister, claiming that the security level especially in the east coast of Sabah is under control despite the travel advisories issued by Australia and United Kingdom
I have seen several studies ... when ganja is allowed, it has not reduced the abuse of the drug in those countries. In fact, it has resulted in repeat users and new addicts. Although the proposal has not been officially rejected, personally, I do not agree with it.
Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, Deputy Prime Minister, claiming legalizing ganja has not been able to resolve the problem of drug abuse or addiction effectively as seen in several European countries
SRC International and Najib
About the money from SRC International that went into Najib's personal bank accounts, I was personally informed by the former attorney-general (Abdul Gani Patail) together with evidence which clearly showed it to be a criminal act.
Muhyiddin Yassin, former Deputy Prime Minister, claiming he was presented with evidence about the deposits from state-owned SRC International into Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak's personal bank accounts
I do not want to comment anything.
Abdul Gani Patail, former Attorney General, refusing to comment on Muhyiddin’s claim above
How could the AG have had sufficient 'proof' to charge the prime minister then, when an investigation had not even been launched? Is this the same 'proof' that the Wall Street Journal referenced when it claimed to have seen confidential documents and used these as the basis to make all sorts of sensational allegations against the prime minister?
Azalina Othman, Minister in the PM’s department, claiming Muhyiddin Yassin’s allegation that he was shown 'proof' by former Attorney-General Abdul Gani Patail was admission of a high-level conspiracy to topple the Prime Minister