The discussion this week will centre around how badly the positive outlook of last year has eroded.
The political rivalry, which started in 2008, continues till today with both sides trying to place their men as exco and division chiefs.
He also reminds politicians speaking in mosques or suraus not to lace their talks with politics.
PAS leader says federal approval is needed for many matters such as setting up a bank, bringing in investors or implementing shariah laws.
Analysts say Gabungan Bersatu Sabah, a new political bloc comprising opposition parties, may lead to the dissolution of Umno in the state.
Penang CM Chow Kon Yeow says the Malay party has emerged as the strongest in the opposition.
De facto law minister Liew Vui Keong says committee will also include opposition leaders.
The chief minister says state still waiting for federal approval for projects linked to PTPM, its transport master plan.
The executive councillor says this is because the state is the top income tax contributor in the country.
Penang CM Chow Kon Yeow says all the project proposals have been submitted to the federal agencies concerned for approval.
With Pakatan Harapan's promise to abolish GST, voters in Johor are sceptical of opposition being able to pay the nation's debts.
Anwar Ibrahim's challenge of legality of the National Security Council Act, as no royal assent was obtained, will give opportunity to Federal Court to answer this question.
Belgium's Catherine De Bolle pledged to invest more in Europol's capacity to analyse security threats when she was named Thursday as the first woman to head the EU police agency.
A real estate veteran says houses will cost less if the government were to releases its reserve land at nominal cost, while another real estate expert says a proper definition of affordable housing is needed.
PAS president says Islamist party will wield influence if it can win at least 40 parliamentary seats to help another party take charge of Putrajaya.
Special Tasks Minister Teo Chee Kang says nobody can take away the rights enshrined in agreement.
They claim amended motion is a mockery of the original, which was intended to control hillside development.
Working together is the key to progress, not hurling condemnations or participating in political mud-slinging sessions.
Election Commission must be accountable to the courts which are the interpreters of the Federal Constitution, says Derek Fernandez.
Sabah minister says these assemblymen never talked of state rights when they were in the state government but were now aggressively championing them.
Calling on the Government to address structural reforms in Budget 2017, Amanah's Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad says it should not merely trot out show-case numbers to show all is well.