Future Forward party says no emergency justifies the decree, accuses PM of acting like a junta leader.
Charles Santiago says the prime minister should have sent a clear message that the PH government is here to stay.
Opposition Leader Ismail Sabri Yaakob says LTTE remains illegal and Malaysia should not be the base for any terrorism activities.
Last year, the opposition presented its alternative budget a day before Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng tabled the national budget.
The MB says individuals' personal political leanings will not be questioned, but the state does not encourage its employees to be active in opposition politics.
Edgar Zambrano has to report to a judge every 30 days and is not allowed to leave the country.
MACC chief commissioner says there are many instances of people lodging reports just for the sake of getting back at their opponents.
However, Canan Kaftancioglu of the Republican People’s Party will not immediately go to jail pending appeals.
This follows finance ministry's explanation that it had never received any application from the Perak government to give tax exemption for the cars.
PSP joins a handful of other parties seeking to take on the dominant PAP.
The speaker's decision sparked discontent among many, especially BN MPs.
Opposition leader Ismail Sabri says the government must ensure automatic registration of voters and allow those aged above 18 to contest in elections.
Former PM says it is strange that the finance ministry does not want to approve takeover plans for the National Feedlot Corporation project and instead prefers to take civil action against the company.
After Latheefa Koya's appointment, MCA and Umno Youth take Pakatan Harapan to task over pledge to make MACC independent.
Yakub Khan says the relationship is based on the understanding that both parties are in the opposition bloc.
Ghandi offers to quit but the Congress Working Group unanimously and with one voice rejected the offer.
The present opposition are no angels and they have interfered too much in the government in the name of democracy.
They say opposition members need to step up their game, and suggest that they receive the same allocations and resources as those given to government MPs.
PAS secretary-general Takiyuddin Hassan says the move was to strengthen the opposition bloc which will play a check-and-balance role in Parliament.
Pakatan Harapan's national manifesto states that the Public Accounts Committee should be led by an opposition member, but in Perak, both chairman and deputy chairman are from the coalition.
Wong Kah Woh says PAC still has nine members, fulfilling the quorum to carry out a meeting.
PH promised us many things but the environment is still as bad, it is reverting to old habits and projects such as a national car, reforms are still not evident, and it has allowed the opposition to set the agenda.
DAP's Klang MP says the latest flip-flop gives credence to the belief that Pakatan Harapan is not committed to its election manifesto.
The proposal to aid stateless children through a legalisation programme will worsen the situation for the indigenous people, says Jeffrey Kitingan.