I will stay with Umno. This issue does not arise, I've never talked about leaving. I will send a letter to the Registrar of Societies (ROS) so they can determine if my suspension was in accordance with party rules.
Muhyiddin yassin, suspended Umno deputy president, on his decision to remain in the party
I talked with Tun (Mahathir) yesterday. He understood the stand Muhyiddin Yassin and I took.
Mukhriz Mahathir, former Kedah Menteri Besar, announcing that he would following Muhyiddin’s footstep instead of his father’s
Pitting Sarawak against Putrajaya
Sarawak would have ‘problems’ if they quit Barisan Nasional (BN) and the Federal Government in Putrajaya. The people of Sarawak can smell bad characters a mile away.
Idris Buang, PBB Supreme Council member, warning DAP against pitting Sarawak against Putrajaya
We used to use the ringgit to buy things in southern Thailand, but today the ringgit is rejected because it had depreciated more than the depreciation of the Thai baht.
Dr Mahathir Mohamad, highlighting the fact that the depreciating value of currency in other countries is not as high as in Malaysia
While Malaysia upholds freedom of speech and right to information, such freedom and right must be exercised responsibly and with accountability. The government of Malaysia has a responsibility to maintain peace, stability and harmony in the country and to safeguard the multiracial and multicultural values, norms and practices in Malaysia.
Foreign Ministry, insisting that Putrajaya needed to maintain peace, stability and harmony, in defending the ban on news portal The Malaysian Insider (TMI) after the move was criticised by the United States
Relationship with Saudi
By right (the) Saudi royal household should be fuming mad with PM for accusing them of giving him money. Yet PM is there now as their guest of honour.
Abdul Rahman Dahlan, BN strategic director, claiming if the RM2.6 billion political donation claim was fraudulent, the Saudi royal household should be enraged with Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak
PAS also demands that Parliament be dissolved to make way for a general election by returning the mandate to the rakyat to replace the federal government that has been implicated in all kinds of scandals.
Takiyuddin Hassan, PAS secretary general