Madpet questions the delay in amending the laws to abolish the death penalty.
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says Canberra had simply 'worked with the government of Malaysia of the day'.
But Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad says he will not be seeking extradition for the former policeman.
He warns that Malaysia risks becoming isolated within the community of law enforcement if it does not do away with capital punishment.
IGP says the investigation paper will be referred to the DPP to decide on further action.
By abolishing the death penalty, we can ensure Sirul Azhar Umar, the convicted killer of Mongolian Altantuya Shaariibuu, faces justice in our country.
Home minister Zahid Hamidi says Malaysia has not made the extradition request as it needs to use extra tact after Australia stated it is against the death penalty.
Peguam keluarga Altantuya, Ramkarpal berkata dengan penyerahan pindaan penyata tuntutan itu kepada Sirul, perbicaraan diharap akan dapat diadakan pada tahun depan.
Ramkarpal Singh hopes trial could be held next year as the suit was filed almost 10 years ago.
The family has been "waiting too long" for the 10-year old conspiracy lawsuit to commence.
IGP's tweeting habits, unilateral conversions and convicted killer Sirul Azhar Umar's extradiction issues brought up in Dewan Rakyat today.
Altantuya's family, in statement of claim, allege that her death caused them mental and psychological trauma.
Mahfuz enggan mengulas mengenai video pengakuan oleh Sirul kerana kesahihan rakaman itu tidak jelas.
His lawyer says the protection visa will make Sirul a free man... in Australia, at least.