The prime minister says he has the initial list of candidates but needs time to scrutinise it.
It is useless for politicians and political parties to throw challenges against each other – who is to contest against whom and in which constituency - as issuing or accepting challenges will not make a candidate win or lose.
The minister says the decision as to who should contest should be left solely to the BN chairman and the duty of members is just to support whoever is selected.
PAS president says many new faces will be introduced to represent the party as several of its current legislators are advanced in age.
Sabah PH says it wants Warisan to lead the charge at the state level but it wants Warisan to let PH contest 60% of the parliamentary seats in Sabah.
State Umno chairman Zainal Abidin Osman says the party will, as before, contest in 15 state and 5 parliamentary constituencies.
Joseph Pairin Kitingan 99% certain of not contesting in GE14.
Party is also seeking additional seats from BN chairman Najib Razak.
Transparency International Malaysia says the candidates should continue making full public disclosure of assets at regular intervals after assuming office as well.
State PPBM chief Ahmad Faizal Azumu has been appointed as chairman of Perak Pakatan Harapan.
Deputy PM tells Barisan Nasional component parties to abide by seat allocations decided by Prime Minister Najib Razak.
UPP president Wong Soon Koh submits list of possible candidates to prime minister and Sarawak chief minister.
It says PKR leaders brushed off PSM because they considered the party 'too small' and they lost to BN.
However, James Masing says candidates for Selangau and Lubok Antu parliamentary seats have not been endorsed by their state assemblymen.
DAP veteran says if MACC will recommend that BN candidates involved in 1MDB scandal should not be fielded in GE14, he will recommend that DAP candidates be vetted by the anti-graft agency.
Pakatan Harapan president questions if the move is a political ploy.
Minister says party members are welcome to express interest in contesting parliamentary or state constituencies in GE14, but top leadership has final say.
The potential candidates are being 'mobilised' to work among the grassroots for their performance to be gauged.
Amanah unveils 13 candidates who will contest in mostly-Malay majority areas for the party's first-ever state election.
The list of 29 candidates, for the first time, is more Dayak-centric.
Sarawak CM says popularity of candidates is among the main factors taken into account, in addition to being vetted by authorities such as the police and MACC.
PBB chief Adenan announces Gerald for Layar and Fazruddn for Tupong state, another young candidate to be named soon.
Abdul Aziz Isa gives speech at launching of Ubah Machine in Malay, English, Mandarin and Hokkien for the coming Kuching state election.