Lord Advocate called to Parliament to answer urgent question about Crown's role in Alex Salmond's published evidence.
Alex Salmond's evidence to a Holyrood inquiry was published on Monday.
Former first minister names people he alleges to have been part of efforts to damage his reputation in final submission.
Opposition politicians have claimed judge Lady Dorrian’s ruling paves the way for him to give evidence.
The committee refused to accept the former First Minister's request for his submission to be published in full.
Scottish Labour and the Conservatives have called for the Crown Office to investigate the SNP chief executive.
Former first minister was expected to face committee looking into handling of harassment complaints made against him.
Opposition parties have raised questions about the evidence First Minister's husband gave during his last appearance.
The SNP chief executive and husband of Nicola Sturgeon will face MSPs on Monday.
Holyrood inquiry is investigating Scottish Government’s handling of harassment complaints against former first minister.
MSPs are probing the Scottish Government’s botched handling of harassment complaints against former first minister.
First Minister says she doesn't accept claims made by her predecessor Alex Salmond that she broke the ministerial code.
Cross-party group want deputy first minister to widen remit of independent inquiry to include Salmond claims.
Former first minister says Sturgeon's evidence to an inquiry into sexual assault claims made against him was 'simply untrue'.
Excluding staff time, total legal fees and expenses incurred as a result of the botched investigation totalled around £630,000.
Alex Salmond's legal team blasts the Scottish Government for providing 'partial and incomplete evidence'.
Both Nicola Sturgeon and Alex Salmond will speak to a Holyrood inquiry into the handling of harassment complaints.
Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh says decision taken to replace stone with an 'alternative public artwork'
Gordon Jackson QC was recorded on a train naming two of his client’s accusers while the trial was ongoing.
QC Gordon Jackson was filmed on a train during Alex Salmond's trial naming two of his client's accusers.