Abdul Hamid Bador says there is no pressure on the investigation team.
Ukraine may vote in an actor as the country's next premier while Petro Poroshenko is likely to be voted out.
Ukraine has come a long way from its dark past.
Controversial eurosceptic Thierry Baudet's Forum for Democracy party came from nowhere to be the second biggest in parliament's upper house.
Opinion polls show Hasina heading for a comfortable victory.
Opposition parties said the arrests were intended to create a 'climate of fear'.
The Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) said authorities had closed the site since last week.
The poll shows Biden leading among a field of 20 potential candidates, followed by Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders and Texas Representative Beto O’Rourke.
The poll is seen as a barometer of voter sentiment towards the nation's conservative Liberal and National government.
The ballot also features 10 referendums, including pro- and anti-gay marriage votes and a bid to change the name under which Taiwan competes at international sports events that has already angered China.
Azmin also throws his support behind president-elect Anwar Ibrahim and says he is confident the party will stay united.
Iswardy Murni unhappy that polling date for Petra Jaya division was suddenly changed at the last minute from Nov 10 to Nov 11.
The PKR communications director says besides Julau, Lembah Pantai also has an increase in membership.
The PKR deputy president has obtained over 19,400 votes from the 22 divisions in Selangor.
The party of the deposed prime minister also said it would mount a legal challenge to the president’s move in Sri Lanka’s top court.
The BNP says a caretaker government is essential for free and fair elections.
Mohamed Azmin Ali's supporters lodged a complaint with the central elections committee.
The polls will not alter the balance of power but were seen as an early test ahead of a general election in 2020.
The previous MCA Youth vice-chairman beats her rival Ng Kiam Nam by 54 votes.
According to unofficial results, Rafizi leads the minister by over 2,000 votes.
Over 61,000 members from six divisions head to the polls today.
According to unofficial results, the economic affairs minister leads by 600 votes in state.
The suspect is alleged to have asked for RM20,000 from a party member so the latter could contest in the PKR polls.
Chairman Rashid Din says the decision however lies with the party leadership.