If those aged 18 to 21 are old enough to drive, serve in the armed forces, pay taxes and get married, they should also have a voice in their government.
The Dewan Rakyat deputy speaker says this will ensure that future candidates are referred to the parliamentary select committee.
Hidden charges such as card payment and administrative fees will be abolished in line with amendments to a regulation designed to protect consumers.
Bersih 2.0 chairman says amending Article 46 of the Federal Constitution to add more parliamentary seats will allow the Election Commission to carry out a redelineation exercise before GE15.
Sarawak Association For Peoples' Aspiration says 'negeri' status means the two states are equal to the other states in the peninsula.
He says the second version of the Federal Constitution (Amendment) Bill 2019 tabled was not good enough as it does not guarantee Sabah and Sarawak equal status.
Azalina Othman Said says the present de facto law minister and the AG should advise the prime minister to look into the matter.
The PKR president says the Umno and BN MPs abstained from voting although the bill was 'very clear'.
Kitingan and Kurup should not just cosy up to Mahathir but should help their fellow Sabahan minister, says Chan.
He says the Cabinet Committee on the Malaysia Agreement 1963 never discussed the actual wording of the amendment at its meetings.
They say the proposed amendment to Article 1(2) only makes Malaysia a unitary state and does not return the original status of Sabah and Sarawak.
Saying the amendment is inadequate, they ask for the wording to be changed to reflect that Sabah and Sarawak are of the same status as Penisular Malaysia.
Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah says this will give them ample time to understand and debate any amendment or bill more effectively.
Chief Minister Shafie Apdal says this can be done once the Federal Constitution is amended.
Muhammad Rafique Rashid Ali says the opposition has nothing to lose and should unite with its political opponents in the interest of democracy.
Mukhriz Mahathir says PPBM is adopting the delegates voting method practised by Umno but will improve it by implementing the one member, one vote system.
The Prime Minister's Department says the review and amendments involve curbing cyber attacks.
China has demanded that foreign firms, and airlines, in particular, do not refer to self-ruled Taiwan as a non-Chinese territory on their websites, a demand the White House slammed in May as "Orwellian nonsense."
A second world record, the 50 metres backstroke mark of Russian Kliment Kolesnikov, remains unchanged as it was not one of the nine races that were affected by the equipment problem.
His lawyer Gurdial Singh Nijar says Tian Chua will seek clarification on his eligibility from the Election Commission and refile his suit if the EC is non-committal.
Sarawak Deputy Chief Minister Awang Tengah Ali Hasan says this is to ensure the state’s resources benefit the state and its people.
The main aim of the legislation was to prevent people from erroneously describing Nazi German death camps in Poland, such as Auschwitz-Birkenau, as Polish.
Gurdial Singh Nijar says Tommy Thomas can institute the de facto change by practice pending a constitutional amendment to separate the roles.
Leo Varadkar accused campaigners opposing a referendum on liberalising Ireland’s abortion regime of trying to dupe voters.