North Korea to convene parliament, anti-epidemic meeting amid zero Covid claim
The reclusive country has never confirmed how many people were infected with Covid-19.
Still work to be done before Parliament dissolved, says minister
Annuar Musa says the government is committed to helping the people face the current economic challenges.
Cabinet green-lights draft anti-hopping bill
It will be tabled in Parliament on Monday.
Anti-party hopping bill finalised, to be tabled on July 18
The parliamentary special select committee has proposed that the bill be debated in the Dewan Rakyat on July 27 and 28.
Israel parliament dissolves itself, sets Nov 1 election
The newly called election set for Nov 1 marks another sign that Israel remains mired in an unprecedented era of political gridlock, with early opinion polls indicating the results may again be inconclusive.
Israel’s Bennett says won’t run in next election as parliament set to dissolve
If the dissolution bill passes, Yair Lapid will take over as premier when the clock ticks to Friday, in accordance with the power-sharing deal he agreed with Naftali Bennett.
Israel heads towards snap election, foreign minister poised to take over
While parliament's collapse appeared a near certainty, last-minute surprises remained possible given Israel's volatile political climate.
Israeli parliament votes to dissolve, hold new elections
Members of Prime Minister Naftali Bennett's outgoing coalition and the opposition led by ex-premier Benjamin Netanyahu have been sparring in Israel's parliament, the Knesset, over a dissolution bill.
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.
Macron’s majority in doubt after first-round of parliament vote
If Macron's coalition does fall short, it is expected to lead to messy bill-by-bill deals with right-wing parties in parliament, or he would have to try to poach opposition or independent MPs to his side.
Johnson faces UK parliament for first time since no-confidence vote
Critics have warned the political crisis is not over for the embattled prime minister after more than 40% of his own MPs voted against him in Monday's no-confidence vote.
Risky for BN to delay dissolving Parliament, says Najib
He says BN suffered its first ever defeat when it delayed holding the 14th general election.