Politicians from the coalition and other opposition leaders are in the dark over a viral picture depicting a Cabinet line-up should they take over Putrajaya in GE15.
Johor Pakatan Harapan chairman Muhyiddin Yassin says the list has received the nod from the Johor Sultan.
The prime minister says there are still unresolved matters more than three months after the Cabinet was formed.
Pakatan Harapan MPs evasive on the line-up, say to wait for the official list.
Remaining 13 ministers could include three from Sabah and one from Sarawak.
Fifteen years later, ordinary Malaysians flood the official residence of Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad to wish him Selamat Hari Raya and thank him for bringing change.
After announcing his new Cabinet today, Chow says the line-up will use last term’s ‘winning team’ formula to fulfil election promises.
The new line-up comprises seven fresh faces, while Teng Chang Kim, V Ganabatirau and Amirudin Shari have been retained.
The prime minister says he doesn't want a huge Cabinet.
The line-up sees a string of new faces as almost all state ministers had lost their seats in the May 9 election.
The Kepong MP says he is not surprised by DAP's decision to replace him with another candidate.
The team is headed by DAP veteran Tan Kok Wai, who says seat allocations and manifesto will be announced soon.
Party leaders vow to be 'better friends' in order to achieve their goal of forming the federal government in the next general election.
Roland Chia says he will stay true to Sabah PKR despite many members forming new parties or crossing over to BN.
PPBM Youth says members were picked because of their qualifications, "talent and belief in the PPBM struggle."
He wants to know why the former Election Commission chief has been brought into the party when he is not recognised as a politician.