World record, Mahathir says on Zahid discharge despite prima facie case
The former leader pens a sarcastic post on the 'unique' case.
MACC 'hounding' Anwar opponents, says Bersatu after new probe linked to Radzi
It says opposition MPs 'are being subjected to interrogations, investigations and politically motivated criminal prosecutions'.
Zaid questioned over social media post on Zahid DNAA
Former prime minister Muhyiddin Yassin is also questioned on his remarks during the Simpang Jeram by-election campaign in Johor.
'If he can, so can future PMs': Syed Saddiq keeps up the heat over Zahid DNAA
The Muar MP says the decision to discharge Ahmad Zahid Hamidi is a clear precedent that might be used by future governments as well.
Zahid's case not the first DNAA ever given, says Anwar
The prime minister reiterates that he did not intervene.
Pandemonium, walkout after PM refuses to retract accusation against Putrajaya MP
The walkout was in protest of the speaker's refusal to demand that Anwar Ibrahim retract an accusation of corruption against Radzi Jidin.
Why the silence from PH leaders if I abused my power, Mahathir asks after Anwar claims on Zahid graft charges
The former leader says doubts about Ahmad Zahid Hamidi's corruption cases only arose after Anwar Ibrahim became prime minister.
Anwar to address Zahid's DNAA in Dewan Rakyat tomorrow
Law minister Azalina Othman Said says the session will likely take place at 2.30pm.
See us as Malaysians, PN rep tells deputy IGP
This comes after the cops summoned several participants of the 'Save Malaysia' protest to give their statements.
Muda, PSM submit memo to MPs for Zahid's reprosecution
They say the deputy prime minister should prove his innocence in court.
Way to go Tan Sri, Khairy mocks Kit Siang's one-liner on Zahid
The DAP leader had penned a 500-word statement, with only one line dedicated to the deputy prime minister's DNAA.
Police probe under Peaceful Assembly Act unlawful, say lawyers
Lawyers for Liberty says the section in question was struck down by the court in 2014 in a decision that still stands today.