Eleven of the group are under 80, the age limit for entering the secret conclave that will be called to elect a new pope once Francis dies or retires.
The power to determine the country's future is in the hands of voters, as it has always been.
The country needs an accountable government and leaders who can own up to their mistakes and are daring enough to undertake corrective measures to address the problems the nation is saddled with.
Voters have to look beyond manifestos, at the character and track records of parties and candidates.
Ketereh candidate Radzi Jidin says he has yet to hear of any local who has so far benefitted from the ECRL project.
Two women contesting as its candidates in Bandar Sibu and Lanang.
Ceasar Mandela Malakun thanks Najib for including younger faces in the BN line-up in Sabah.
Party disciplinary board chairman Chor Chee Heung says the group was disappointed at not being picked for the coming election.
An image of a letter from the Insolvency Department about Yaakob Osman's status is posted on Anwar Ibrahim's Facebook page.
After disqualification of opposition candidates, lawyers urge officials not to deny voters the choice of whom they want as MPs and assemblymen.
The list contains a mixture of young and veteran candidates.
The prime minister says the objective of candidate selection is to ensure a BN win in GE14.
Perak police chief Hasnan Hassan also advises supporters not to march with candidates on nomination day.
Party veteran Lim Kit Siang says DAP probably also has the youngest candidate this election with Kerk Chee Yee, 25, nominated to contest in Ayer Keroh.
Kelantan PAS Youth chief Ahmad Fadhli Shaari will replace Nik Mohamad in Pasir Mas while Che Abdullah Mat Nawi has been moved from Wakaf Bharu to Tumpat.
Dr Michael Teo will be defending the Miri parliamentary seat, the sole seat held by PKR in Sarawak.
He says candidates need to find out the reason why they had been dropped in the first place.
Any disqualification of MPs and assemblymen will only come into effect after the final appeal is exhausted and application for clemency is dismissed, says lawyer S N Nair.
The PKR vice-president, seen as an ally of Mohamed Azmin Ali, has been told he won't be nominated for re-election in Padang Serai.
DAP is also gunning for BN strongholds Bintulu, Serian and Kapit.
Former Selangor exco Xavier Jayakumar will contest the Kuala Langat parliamentary seat.
Sungai Petani MP Johari Abdul says he is surprised party president Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail had rejected candidates nominated by Azmin Ali.
The Johor menteri besar says out of 82 candidates, nine are women, two youths and one from Puteri Umno.
The PKR secretary-general says political analyst Kamarul Zaman Yusoff is 'shooting blanks'.