He says the ministers, who are from different parties, shouldn't give differing views to the public as they are all part of the government.
The electoral watchdog says this is to prevent any perception that the EC is controlled by the government.
The Islamist party says it is a serious matter as it involves the legality of Cabinet members' duties.
He says it is a fair assessment from a person who has a lot of experience in the government.
The PM's media adviser calls out ministers for their failure to address people's concerns, saying they and their aides have become less people-friendly than they were when in the opposition.
A recent cheating case involving a former state Umno Youth leader who received a RM1 million kickback shows how trading takes place in the political marketplace.
Syed Arabi Idid says ministers have more than enough work without being caught up in every level of policy enforcement.
Campaigning for the by-election should only start after nominations, asserts electoral watchdog.
We look on in frustration and hopelessness as we see the politicians whom we elected into office doing their best to break up the fragile harmony that we have woven.
The island nation was plunged into crisis in October after the president replaced the prime minister with former president without the backing of parliament, leading to protests and downgrades of the country's debt.
This is to ensure quota of 30,200 people allocated goes to qualified haj pilgrims.
The Swiss parliament picked Viola Amherd and Karin Keller-Sutter to fill two vacant ministerial spots, achieving near-gender equality in the cabinet.
The prime minister says ministers will be given more time to gain experience as some are still operating in 'opposition' mode.
May is trying to hammer out the final details of the British divorce deal but the talks have become stuck over how the two sides can prevent a hard border from being required in Ireland.
The former finance minister says it is of no use to have a good policy if there is no cooperation from government officials.
The prime minister says Malaysia is now a 'half-dead' tiger but is optimistic the country will get back on its feet soon.
Mohamad Ariff Md Yusof says MPs and ministers also have other matters to attend to.
PPBM strategist says much needs to be done before a new Malaysia takes shape and PH may end up being a one-term government if it fails to carry out promised reforms.
That plan had already been savaged by European Union leaders in Salzburg earlier in the week, prompting May to defiantly challenge leaders of the bloc to come up with its own plans.
The prime minister says there are still unresolved matters more than three months after the Cabinet was formed.
Macron was already seeking a replacement for environment minister Nicolas Hulot, whose shock resignation last week caught France's political establishment off guard.
International Trade and Industry Minister Darell Leiking assures Putrajaya will only sign on to the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership if it benefits the nation.
Awang Azman Awang Pawi says MPs and ministers from both sides of the divide performed unsatisfactorily in the recent Parliament sitting.
They need to attend to their ministerial duties, and 24 hours in a day is not enough, says the prime minister.