The Islamist party will field 17 new names, including, for the first time in Sabah, a non-Muslim member.
MIC will contest a total of nine parliamentary and 18 state seats.
Two former assembly members to be fielded in parliamentary seats, DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng announced.
DAP fields two newcomers who are city councillors in its Bukit Gelugor stronghold.
PKR's R Sivarasa respects PSM's right to contest but says the party can only offer it the Sungai Siput parliamentary seat.
The party will contest in 126 federal seats and 322 state seats, apart from seats in Kelantan, Sabah and Sarawak which will be announced later.
DAP to field newcomer Chris Lee Chun Kit in the Pulau Tikus state seat.
The full list of candidates, which includes four women, two youth and seven former Umno veterans, will be announced on April 19.
A source says Nurul Izzah Anwar may be fielded in Permatang Pauh, while former Bersih chief Maria Chin Abdullah is being considered for the Petaling Jaya parliamentary seat.
PRS president James Masing says the two incumbents had requested not to be fielded again in GE14.
The Kedah PH chairman says the coalition must win at the state level before deciding who would be best suited to the post.
The Pulai Umno chief says the opposition is only interested to win the polls, but not to serve.
Penang Amanah chief Mujahid Yusof Rawa says all candidates have been working in their respective constituencies.
DAP leader says it is up to Pakatan Harapan whether it wants to field anyone from Hindraf or any party.
The party hopes to contest in five parliamentary and 16 state seats in Perak, says a source, adding that most of the candidates will be young, new faces.
C4 executive director Cynthia Gabriel says it is imperative for BN to show its commitment to combating corruption.
PSM will announce its full candidate list on April 19.
Party secretary-general Koh Swee Yong says all its candidates have to fork out their own money.
The Kepong MP says he is not surprised by DAP's decision to replace him with another candidate.
It expects more names to be submitted as nomination day approaches.
Former state leader Gary G V Nair files a complaint after being 'shocked' by news that candidates are to be fielded in the general election.
Sabah BN Backbenchers Club chairman says Shafie Apdal and Dr Mahathir Mohamad are engaged in a ‘political drama’.
The party’s number 2 says candidates' personality is important and hopes to see bigger youth representation in the lineup.
The prime minister says he has the initial list of candidates but needs time to scrutinise it.