For the first time, the EC will provide a live crossover on the nomination, polling and vote-counting on its Facebook page.
Dewan Rakyat speaker Mohd Ariff Md Yusof says people should not think that it is just a place where people fight.
SBS News of Australia reports that two inquiries are expected to be held soon regarding environmental concerns over Lynas’ rare-earths operation in Gebeng, Kuantan.
The outgoing PKR Wanita chief says Nurul Izzah Anwar and Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail have already said they won’t give up their seats.
The ‘rubber stamp’ tag of Parliament can be erased if all MPs are allowed to freely scrutinise and debate policies and actions of the government, not just pass government bills.
The lawyer also appeals to PAS members to vote according to their conscience although their leaders have forged an unofficial cooperation in this election.
Ahmad Bashah Md Hanipah, who is the Suka Menanti candidate, says it is a sin to choose a government which cannot guarantee the future.
The PKR president says she is sad that Rafizi is not standing, and hopes to defend his seat in the five-cornered fight this election.
Sixteen candidates, who will vie for four parliamentary and 12 state seats, declare their assets and receive papers authorising them to stand under the PSM banner.
Sabah BN Backbenchers Club chairman says Shafie Apdal and Dr Mahathir Mohamad are engaged in a ‘political drama’.
Although he does not confirm he will defend his seat, Muhyiddin Yassin says he has been told his name has become synonymous with the Pagoh constituency and that the voters there know him well.
Klang MP says social policies by Selangor government have benefited many poor families in his constituency.
Lim Ah Lek says voters in Bentong are loyal to those who serve them, and that feedback from voters shows they want the MCA to continue serving them.
PH chairman says the pact is working closely with Parti Warisan Sabah.
The federal government allocates funds for all parliamentary constituencies be they BN or opposition areas, but questions are being asked on how the funds are spent.
He says a 'security offence' is not limited to only offences related to terrorism, but also covers, among others, offences in connection with activities that are detrimental to parliamentary democracy.