But the former PM says other topics should also be included in the debate.
He says the government had initially announced it would need six months for the economy to recover, then it was three years and now it is 10 years
Muhammad Shafee Abdullah says this is hampering the legal team from preparing the ex-prime minister's defence in the SRC case.
Shamsul Anwar Sulaiman, of Ihsan Perdana Sdn Bhd, says he just followed orders from Yayasan Rakyat 1Malaysia senior executives as they were providing the funds for corporate social responsibility programmes.
The ex-PM says in comparison, the DAP supremo campaigned daily in Cameron Highlands and Semenyih, yet PH lost.
He says Najib should stop going around calling himself 'Bossku' despite facing many charges.
Former prime minister Najib Razak says if businessman Deepak Jaikishan has evidence, he should bring it to MACC for investigation.
His lawyer Muhammad Shafee Abdullah lambast the irresponsible report, saying journalists should not behave like estate people if they want to be treated as the fourth estate.
Report by The EdgeMarkets made it seem like this and a property in the Klang Valley belonged to me and my family, says former prime minister.
Former prime minister says his administration sought return of all the US$4.5 billion which allegedly went missing after it was transferred to IPIC.
KWAP suggested a higher interest rate of 4.6% but the deal went through as it was a government-guaranteed loan, says its former vice-president.
KWAP's ex-senior executive Amirul Imran Ahmat says he had seen a guarantee letter for the loan signed by former second finance minister Ahmad Husni Hanadzlah.
He questions need to debate this issue now 'to the point of fighting among ourselves, within the PH government and the Malay Rulers'.
AmBank manager R Uma Devi gives evidence on the cheques and amounts transferred into Najib's accounts.
Statistician says she also received RM13,800 for her children's education.
He says settlers were misled by Pakatan's promises and avoided repaying, causing Felda's cash flow problem.
Clip shows Najib's counsel questioning a witness.
The former prime minister says investors were scared off by claims made about the country’s RM1 trillion debt and news of the pilgrims’ fund being short of RM4 billion.
The prime minister says it is more acceptable for the PKR president to lead the country than his predecessor.
The former prime minister says it is the worse performance of the pilgrims fund in the country's history.
The lawyer says the ex-PM should have been charged again in the Sessions Court after the attorney-general withdrew his transfer certificate.
The former prime minister says his tax bill is not justified.
The Umno Supreme Council member was told to present himself at court, according to a police summons.
Shouting match begins after Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng brings up the issue of 1MDB's debts, which he said were 'hidden'.