Tag: asset declaration
State speaker Ngeh Koo Ham says those who refuse will be referred to the assembly's committee on rights and freedom.
The motion is adopted by 34 votes in support out of 57 who took part in the debate.
The DAP secretary-general also criticises PAS over claim that declaration of assets is a communist concept.
Individual declaration of assets cannot be interpreted from a political-ideological viewpoint but on the basis of common good.
The Penang deputy chief minister slams PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang for blaming DAP and for bringing Islam into the equation, saying there’s nothing socialist or devious about the asset declaration move.
The PKR president responds to PAS leaders' criticism of the move to compel MPs to declare assets.
The Quran is explicit when it comes to ill-gotten wealth but constructive when wealth is earned through the right path.
Abu Kassim Mohamed will recommend that the MACC hold a closed-door briefing for all MPs.
The former Umno vice-president says some MPs from Pakatan Harapan have yet to declare their assets themselves.
Dr Ahmad Farouk Musa ticks off PAS for citing a hadith to back the party's stand on compelling MPs to declare their assets.
Chief Minister Abang Johari is urged to make it compulsory for all state ministers and assembly members to declare their assets.
Arau MP says if 70% of the Malays were to unite, they could take control of Putrajaya.
PAS deputy president Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man says the party will not support the special motion to compel MPs to declare their wealth.
They say asset declaration should not be raised as a motion, but through the creation of a new law or amendment to the MACC Act.
The motion applies to all MPs, along with their spouses and children.
However, bills to set up the Independent Police Complaints and Misconduct Commission and lowering the voting age to 18 are ready for tabling.
Dr Mahathir Mohamad says it will be done in the upcoming Dewan Rakyat session.
She says otherwise, her appeal against the court decision for her to comply with the notice will be academic.
However, the judge assures that the presumption of innocence still applies to her and that the burden of proof is on the prosecution to establish guilt in a trial.
The prime minister lists five proposals to be included in the National Anti-Corruption Plan.
Federal minister says he included his two cars when he declared his assets but that the MACC said it does not regard them as assets.
Mohamaddin Ketapi is the second minister to say he has nothing to declare to MACC.
The minister in the Prime Minister's Department says all his money has been used on himself and 'fighting for the rights of the Indians' throughout his years as an activist.
The MACC site shows Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad has assets worth RM32 mil.