Former opposition leader walks out of custody after being pardoned over a sodomy conviction.
The prime minister’s statement blocks likelihood of an immediate transfer of power after Anwar’s release from prison.
Apandi Ali and other officials are barred from traveling abroad as government probes graft scandal.
Former Prime Minister Najib Razak resigns from lead role in UMNO.
Ousted prime minister had earlier apologized to Malaysians and said he was ‘taking a break.’
Opposition leader led efforts to oust prime minister and Barisan Nasional from behind bars.
Meanwhile, report says new leadership has taken precautions to stop ex-PM Najib from leaving Malaysia.
Longtime leader hurt by a series of unpopular moves including 1MDB scandal.
Diplomats, politicians and peace negotiators expect no drastic changes in bilateral relations.
Mahathir Mohamad becomes the nation’s seventh prime minister at age 92.
Najib Razak indirectly accuses his likely successor of sedition while pledging to observe results.
Ex-Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad leads demolition of Barisan Nasional’s six decades of political dominance.
Pakatan Harapan, led by former PM Mahathir Mohamad, ends 61-year rule of Barisan Nasional coalition.
Thirty-seven parliamentary seats are too close to call, Merdeka Center reports.
Some of the nations sending observers are not democracies, critics of the effort say.
It could not be determined immediately if the slain men had any links with pro-IS groups, police officials said.
Citizens age 21 to 30 could be the largest bracket of the electorate, but many have not registered.
Najib Razak is looking to secure a third term as prime minister.
Malaysia’s economy roared under Mahathir’s leadership, but questions about his authoritarian tendencies tarnished his 22-year-rule.
Outlook for May 9 election shows close finish, but redistricting should help ruling party, according to independent pollsters.
Lim Kit Siang says he is aiming to free his country of ‘corruption, discrimination and injustice.’
Danish national pleads guilty after uploading video criticizing police response.
Eleven days of formal campaigning begin.
Pakatan Harapan officials say coalition will review China-backed projects if it wins the general election.
But Suhakam officials vow to proceed as observers despite rejection.
Meanwhile, police release photo of suspect in April 21 shooting of Fadi Mohamad Al Batsh.
Investigators say gunmen appear to be European or Middle Eastern.
Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamid says suspects are believed to be Europeans with links to foreign intelligence agency.
“Be My Protector” is available in eight languages to reach diverse groups including foreign workers.
PAS will help any of two key blocs in upcoming elections if Islam is made “the foundation” of new administration, Abdul Hadi Awang says.