Many of the political leaders do not seem to have the political will to bring the change we yearned for and are giving in to those out to divide and destroy us.
In a National Day message, leaders of the four main PH parties say Malaysians must stay away from extreme views.
He says nothing has changed on Pakatan Harapan leaders' stand on him succeeding Dr Mahathir Mohamad as PM.
The party veteran reminds leaders and members not to allow themselves to be exploited by others.
Firms whose boards are at least 30% female, generated more income from their assets.
A senior police official says arrival of more troops and arrests of leaders and activists of separatist groups is part of an election exercise undertaken to ensure fair elections.
The former prime minister says it is only right for elected representatives to stay in the party under which they contested and won.
The deputy Yang di-Pertuan Agong says poverty will increase if leaders are only focused on accumulating material wealth through dubious methods.
No reasons given for postponement.
Cardinal Donald Wuerl, a loyal ally of Pope Francis, was criticised in a US grand jury report in August for failing to halt abuse in his previous role as archbishop of Pittsburgh.
Umno Youth chief Asyraf Wajdi Dusuki says doing this and jumping to other parties will make the rakyat lose trust in Umno.
If we have concerns or observations to make about the way our country is governed, we should raise them professionally and through the appropriate channels.
It says previous chiefs were sacked by Warisan-led government and their absence has created chaos in administration of local culture and traditions.
The prime minister says Pakatan Harapan still has 'the opposition mentality' but has made adjustments over a short period of time.
PPBM Supreme Council member Tariq Ismail asks why Annuar is singling out Langkawi in predicting more by-elections while Perak Menteri Besar Ahmad Faizal Azumu says Annuar should repent.
LGBT activist Gavin Chow says the community is being made a target in the heat of the debate over child marriage.
Fighting corruption and promoting good public governance must be the top priority of the new government.
Lawyers for Liberty says now is the best time to move away from a racial way of dealing with problems as Indian issues should be the concern of the government and all MPs.
He says the problems within Umno caused by negative issues and lies are now all over.
Sofia Ahmad, who joined Umno four years ago and is contesting a post in Puteri Umno, says the party is still relevant and that it can rise from defeat.
Under surveillance by the Marines, the Taliban fighters returned to their Helmand stronghold, a center for poppy cultivation.
Former MB Khaled Nordin says the termination is seen as revenge as there was no strong justification for the termination.
The decision was made after a peace conference in Paris.
The PKR leader says media outlets are free to criticise the government, while politicians must also accept the criticism.