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No such speech, Wan Azizah’s office denies report

Her office warns against using the deputy prime minister's name without her permission.

We failed in war on drugs despite huge funds, says Wan...

The deputy prime minister says the statistics of drug addiction in the country is worrying.

Deputy PM Wan Azizah a champion for ‘invisible’ women

Her position as the highest-ranked woman in power sends 'a strong message' to Malaysians that women can hold top positions, says Empower.

Wan Azizah will not relinquish Cabinet, MP posts

She says the decision for newly elected PKR president Anwar Ibrahim to contest a parliamentary seat will be made later.

Oil royalty: Wan Azizah dismisses claims of U-turn

Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail says the Pakatan Harapan government is committed to fulfil the promises made in its election manifesto.

Italy on election alert as Salvini’s permanent campaign rolls on

Italian Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini refuses to stop campaigning.

After 1MDB, Zahid to tell MACC about family foundation on Day...

The former deputy prime minister spent nine hours at the anti-graft commission's headquarters today giving his statement on the state investment fund.

Wan Azizah has audience with Pahang’s Tengku Abdullah

It's in conjunction with her first official visit to the state as deputy prime minister.

Not being PM now? It’s a blessing in disguise, says Anwar

The PKR de facto leader says Dr Mahathir Mohamad has very challenging tasks on his hands and his job is to support the prime minister.

New Zealand PM reveals maternity leave arrangements

Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters will manage the day-to-day running of government while Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is on maternity leave.

Croatian parliament debates no-confidence motion against deputy PM

The no-confidence motion is related to Deputy Prime Minister Martina Dalić's handling of a debt crisis at Agrokor.

Irish deputy PM drops resistance to easing of abortion law

Simon Coveney is now in favour of discussing reforms to Ireland's strict abortion laws.

Guan Eng: What’s wrong with giving Penang people priority in housing?

The Penang chief minister says it is only right for the state government to care for its own citizens first.

Zahid: All is well between MCA and BN

He says MCA’s attendance at a Penang event today is exemplary, following his public rebuke over the Chinese-based party’s no-show at an event in Rembau on Tuesday.

Bulgarian energy minister resignation not accepted, deputy PM says

Energy Minister Temenuzhka Petkova tendered her resignation following media reports she was linked to the owners of solar energy producer Inercom.

GE14: Seat negotiations almost done, says Mat Sabu

Amanah president says aside from Sabah, parliamentary seat negotiations have concluded, and as for state seats, only Selangor remains at a 'final tuning' stage.

Statement on secret pact true, says Tunku Aziz

Former DAP vice-chairman testifies in suit over his statement that Dr Mahathir Mohamad and Lim Kit Siang had secret pact to make Mukhriz Mahathir prime minister.

Fake IC syndicates in Sabah under probe

Home ministry, through the National Registration Department and Immigration Department, closely watching entry points to detect fake MyKad holders.

Tick, tock; calls grow for Thai deputy pm to quit over...

A petition calling for Prawit Wongsuwan's resignation has already secured over 61,200 signatures.

Thai pollster quits after junta watch scandal survey buried

Arnond Sakworawich resigned after not being allowed to release information on a survey regarding a scandal surrounding Thai Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwan.

Mukhriz tells court: Pro-BN analysts named Kit Siang as PH’s potential...

Mukhriz Mahathir, who is suing Tunku Abdul Aziz for defamation, says Lim Kit Siang's deputy prime ministerial candidacy was not a 'hot topic' among the people.

Mahathir, Anwar reconciliation is genuine, says Saifuddin

The PKR secretary-general says for Anwar, the future of Malaysia is 'most important'.

PKR leaders to go to the ground to explain Dr M-Wan...

PKR secretary-general Saifuddin Nasution Ismail says it is important to give those who disagree with the move time to adjust.

DAP to critics: Can’t you count?

Party sec-gen Lim Guan Eng hits back at BN over its inconsistent criticism on PH’s seat allocation, which sees DAP getting 35 parliamentary seats in Peninsular Malaysia.