Govt, opposition agree new MoU not needed, says PM
Ismail Sabri Yaakob says the understanding can nevertheless be continued to ensure the well-being of the people.
PH to meet PM to discuss anti-party hopping bill
It is also seeking a discussion on three other matters related to its MoU with the government, including a two-term limit to the prime minister's tenure.
Govt stable, no need to dissolve Parliament, says Annuar
The communications and multimedia minister brushes aside calls for the 15th general election to be held now.
No expiry date for govt-PH MoU, says Annuar
He says it was only agreed on that the 15th general election should not be held before July 31.
MoU with govt needed to ensure independent judiciary, PH leaders say
They say an independent judiciary is one of the key elements in the agreement inked with the federal government last year.
Keep MoU with PH until next GE, PAS tells govt
It welcomes Umno's decision to name Ismail Sabri Yaakob as its PM candidate for the next election and says his agenda for unity should be continued.
Parliamentary bungle turns into political drama
The spotlight is on PM Ismail Sabri Yaakob's agreements with the opposition coalitions as the 'court cluster' ramps up the pressure for polls.
Maintain political stability achieved through govt-opposition MoU, Agong tells MPs
He applauds the 'political maturity' shown in the agreement with top Pakatan Harapan leaders.
PH again threatens to tear apart MoU with PM
It also questions the AG regarding reports that the prosecution is revoking its appeal against the acquittal of Umno's Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor over a RM2 million bribery charge.
PH leaders seek meeting with Ismail on MoU after RM100 million reveal
They say the matter is not in line with the memorandum of understanding signed earlier this year.
MoU on political cooperation has had positive impact on investments, says minister
Mustapa Mohamed says it has allowed the government to focus on efforts to restore the country's growth.
Dr M says Pejuang won’t sign ‘bribery’ deal with govt
The Pejuang chairman says his bloc will remain independent and will not involve itself in the agreement.