The prime minister also says there is no need for a Cabinet reshuffle at the moment.
Recent court cases, especially those involving Najib and Rosmah, reveal a rotting system that needs to be set right and a need to clip the wings of those in power, including that of the PM.
Sabah Bersih says poster promoting programme in Kota Kinabalu was organised by Warisan but in collaboration with the federal and state governments.
Fuziah Salleh says, in line with the separation of powers, the government will not intervene in any decision over the tabling of the shariah courts bill or RUU 355 and will leave it entirely to the speaker.
Lawyers for Liberty urges new communications minister Gobind Singh to investigate MCMC's past misdeeds under the BN government.
Court of Appeal takes the stand that the matter has become academic and there is no travesty of justice as the ban on Maria has been lifted.
Citizens have the right to ask the EC to change the date as traditionally polling day is on a weekend, says Gopal Sri Ram.
Pandikar Amin Mulia now says MPs can read the Election Commission report and take it out of the Dewan Rakyat but they are not allowed to have its contents published until March 28, causing the opposition to cry foul.
The NGO says the court should have considered all factors and given priority to the Federal Constitution as the decision opens the gates to electoral fraud.
Paragraph 1 of the Courts of Judicature Act 1964 gives judges the additional power to remedy a wrong, especially on fundamental rights enshrined in the Federal Constitution, says Sri Ram.
She says whatever new findings would be brought to Steering Committee on the Devolution of Powers, which she chairs.
PAS Vice-President Mohd Amar Nik Abdullah says the proposed amendment requires the cooperation of the Federal Government because the government has the desire to enhance the shariah courts.
Ramkarpal Singh says current system where MPs make laws is truly reflective of a democracy.
Former minister says Malaysia is far from an ideal democracy and the people need the help of the royals to provide a check-and-balance for the government.