This comes a week after a public debate between the two was cancelled.
The DAP supremo's decision to call off the debate over kleptocracy makes him look like a spineless sniper in the dark, while the former PM has emerged as a more courageous leader.
He says it was feared that the debate between the DAP veteran and former PM Najib Razak would have turned into a racial conflict.
Former PM says he would have asked the DAP leader not only about 1MDB and ECRL but also on the corruption case involving his son Guan Eng.
The Jelutong MP says Najib Razak can debate with him on anything and everything.
Unlike Lim, Najib needs all the publicity he can get because he wants to give the impression that he did nothing wrong with regards to 1MDB.
But the former PM says other topics should also be included in the debate.
The DAP supremo launches fresh attacks on the former prime minister.
The former prime minister explains why he could not attend the 'Nothing2hide' forum in the past.
Former prime minister says DAP's Lim Kit Siang 'can ask me anything, even about 1MDB'.
Only independent candidates agree to take part, with Vivien Wong and Linda Tsen citing busy schedules.
They say it will burden pilgrims and those who go overseas to work.
Not worth debating with someone who doesn't know what we have learnt, says the prime minister.
UM's Awang Azman Awang Pawi says candidates' time would be better spent campaigning from house to house.
The debate marked a new challenge for artificial intelligence for IBM.
Pakatan Harapan's M Manogaran says Barisan Nasional candidate Ramli Mohd Nor is not brave for not turning up for a debate in Cameron Highlands.
Nigeria goes to the polls to elect a new president on Feb 16 in what is expected to be a close race between the 2 main parties.
The speaker of Dewan Rakyat says the app is to grant greater access to the public to get information about what happens in Parliament.
The Federal Territories Minister Khalid Samad says there is no point debating or consulting over it as the 2015 version is a historical document.
The election in the world's fifth most populous nation has effectively become a two-man race.
The PKR deputy president says he does not see the relevance of having one as it is an internal party election.
The Pengerang MP says the law is needed to fight cases involving fake news on social media.
The former Pandan MP says it will be humiliating if there is no debate as Umno leaders did it.
The session is for debate only and no votes will be taken, although some MPs have called for urgent changes to a law that they say legalises discrimination against Israel's Arab minority.