The palace appears out to ensure that MPs stick to their choice this time, as the Agong prepares to choose a new government outside a general election once again.
The people had expected a better standard of parliamentary conduct from the so-called 'reformist' MPs.
Ong Kian Ming says no one in the Dewan Rakyat currently has the majority support.
Many who tested positive were also close contacts.
A look at the differences between a special sitting and an ordinary session, among others.
Rashid Hasnon says other technical aspects are being finalised.
Questions have arisen over the number of MPs who turned up at the palace on April 20, as well as tie signatories to the memorandum itself.
Calling the accusations a 'big lie', China says the British MPs should 'mind their own business'.