What you need to know about the 15th general election.
Anwar must shape up or ship out
Anwar Ibrahim's rule is subject to his mandate.
Court to decide on Masjid Tanah election petition on Oct 27
The election petition was filed by Barisan Nasional's Abdul Hakim Abdul Wahid, seeking to nullify Mas Ermieyati Samsudin's GE15 win.
BN files appeal to nullify Hadi's GE15 victory in Marang
Jasmira Othman's lawyer says the notice of appeal was filed on June 28.
Court upholds Hadi's GE15 victory in Marang
The Terengganu Election Court says BN's Jasmira Othman failed to prove elements of corruption in the petition against him.
Court annuls GE15 victory for Kuala Terengganu MP
It rules that BN candidate Mohd Zubir Embong succeeded in proving that corruption had taken place with the aim of influencing voters in GE15.
MACC unable to confirm Anwar's claim of gambling funds for PN
Law minister Azalina Othman Said says the anti-graft agency was only able to uncover general information.
Dangerous to generalise, analyst says on voters' education, income level remarks
Jeniri Amir describes it as a foolish move.
Radzi remains Putrajaya MP as court throws out election petition
The judge rules that no corrupt practices were proven on the part of Radzi Jidin or his agents.
After 100 days, Malay support for Anwar's govt still under debate
Factors include Pakatan Harapan's move to work with Barisan Nasional, and the methodology of studies on the matter.
Umno leader seeks to nullify GE15 result for Putrajaya seat
Putrajaya Umno division vice-chief Ahmad Faisal Abdul Karim says PN candidate Radzi Jidin bribed voters for their support.
PN support came from youth with low education levels and income, says PH
PH secretary-general Saifuddin Nasution Ismail says young voters with a stable income and higher education were more likely to support the coalition led by Anwar Ibrahim.
Show the math behind 31% Malay support, analyst urges PH
Mazlan Ali says the number given by Anwar Ibrahim is only an approximation and that any discussions on the level of support enjoyed by a political party will remain subjective.