Leaked audio a ploy to divide Umno, say party leaders
They want Zahid to take a 'sumpah laknat' if he is innocent.
Zahid dismisses supposed Anwar conversation as fake
Umno president rejects release of audio clip as ‘vile game’ by opponents seeking to undermine, destroy party.
Federal Court says Zahid cannot consolidate 12 CBT charges into three
No merit in former DPM’s argument charges would create adverse perception against him, judges rule.
Umno should resolve its internal problems, says Bersatu information chief
Wan Saiful says if Umno rejects PN, it should announce its choice for the next prime minister.
Umno has mandate to withdraw from Perikatan ‘any time’, says Zahid
He says the party will quit the government if there are no indications that elections will be called soon.
A defining general assembly for Zahid, Umno
Party in turmoil over supposed allies, betrayal and factions jockeying for position.
Zahid calls for Parliament to reconvene, cites ‘science and data’
He says many MPs have received vaccine, meeting can take place virtually.
Yayasan Akalbudi not allowed to accept political money, says witness
MACC officer says foundation paid RM360,000 to company to conduct voter registration programme.
MACC officer says Zahid withdrew RM9.3 million from foundation after GE14
RM100 million worth of transactions made through Yayasan Akalbudi’s bank account in less than six years, says officer.
Zahid’s next graft trial on May 24
Former DPM is accused of taking S$13.56 million and other in bribes to extend contract of firm running foreign visa system.
Zahid hits back at rival factions in Umno for ‘court cluster’ jibe
President accuses ‘power’ and ‘cari makan’ clusters of trying to destabilise party.
Witness in Zahid case verifies 406 documents linked to foundation
They include cheques, demand drafts, letters, receipts, forms and deposit slips.
Zahid claims trial to amended money laundering charge
Amendment includes 35 cheques amounting to RM7.511 million while original has 30 cheques.
Zahid tells Umno to ignore his online critics
Party president on defensive, pledges to work hard to win next general election.