Minister in the Prime Minister's Department P Waytha Moorthy says Dr Mahathir Mohamad is serious about reforms of the police force.
Putrajaya also urges Malaysians to support locally-produced goods.
The public is getting more restless over unfulfilled electoral pledges and we need a strong, confident leadership.
The Federal Constitution does not impose a restriction on the number of ministers, unlike judges and MPs, says R Kengadharan.
This follows Dr Mahathir Mohamad's statement that there is 'no room' for him in the present Cabinet.
Dr Mahathir Mohamad says if there is a vacancy in the Cabinet, he will consider suitable candidates.
Kelantan PPBM deputy chief Sazmi Miah says Mustapa Mohamed's experience can benefit the Pakatan Harapan-led administration.
'Yesterday, I was with the prime minister. We did not discuss that,' says the minister.
Cabinet minister says decision to extend Lynas’ operation licence based on expert views, scientific facts and consensus.
Transport Minister Loke Siew Fook says he wants to focus on improving the standard of public transportation.
In the past, several policies or their implementation served to divide Malaysians, but in the New Malaysia, all policies should be geared towards forging unity
The chief minister says while the country is the priority, his colleagues at Putrajaya have highlighted the concerns of the state over a number of issues.
Warisan deputy president Darell Leiking says he will seek clarification on what Dr Mahathir Mohamad meant when he said 'Sabahan and Sarawakians should think as Malaysians'.
The Cabinet states the Jawi script lessons will not be part of any exam or monthly tests.
M Kula Segaran and Gobind Singh Deo say they raised concerns about the controversial preacher’s presence and statements at the Cabinet meeting today.
Many of our ministers have failed to demonstrate their proficiency on the subject matter of their ministries.
The DAP secretary-general says he will propose to the Cabinet to review the implementation of khat.
He says all the stakeholders’ rights have been considered and something positive could be expected.
A decision on the toll issue is due soon, says a well-placed source in Putrajaya.
Masing said PSB president Wong Soon Koh is old enough to decide for himself.
Politicians from the coalition and other opposition leaders are in the dark over a viral picture depicting a Cabinet line-up should they take over Putrajaya in GE15.
The prime minister also says there is no need for a Cabinet reshuffle at the moment.
Home Minister Muhyiddin Yassin, who previously served as education minister, confirms that the issue was discussed in Cabinet.
Mazidah Abdul Majid says it was a practice by ministers to leave a meeting if they had an interest in the topics discussed.