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Federal Constitution of Malaysia

K. V. Padmanabha Rau

Federal Constitution of Malaysia

a commentary

by K. V. Padmanabha Rau

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Published by Malaysian Current Law Journal in [Kuala Lumpur] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Malaysia.
    • Subjects:
    • Constitutional law -- Malaysia

    • Edition Notes

      Includes text of the Constitution.

      Statement[by K.V. Padmanabha Rau].
      ContributionsMalaysia. Perlembagaan Persekutuan.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLAW
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxlvi, 605 p. :
      Number of Pages605
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2171917M
      LC Control Number88940554

      A good book that clearly sets out the problems emerging as Malaysia’s governing party pursues a deliberate policy of ‘Islamising’ what was intended to be a secular state. It clearly sets out how the government has built up an Islamic bureaucracy that is imposing an Arab Sunni version of Islam (Wahhabism) on the country, in the process dismantling the checks and balances set out in the Constitution/5(2). The Federal Court decision states, “ we are of the view that art 10 of the Federal Constitution must be read in particular with Arts 3 (1), 11, 74 (2) and Article 3(1) declares Islam as the religion of the Federation .” 25 The Federal Court goes on to explain that it .

      Malaysia was one of Asia's "tiger economies" before the crash and has recovered nicely. It ranks 28th in the world in per capita GDP. It ranks 28th in the world in per capita GDP. The unemployment rate as of was an enviable percent, and only percent of Malaysians live below the poverty line. Federal Constitution; Laws of Malaysia (L.O.M) Keyword The Laws of Malaysia series (LOM) is a compilation and reprint of laws published in volume form pursuant to section 14 A of the Revision of Laws Act [Act 1]. It is the only official and authentic publication of the laws of Malaysia.

      It is stated in Article 8 (1) of the Federal Constitution of Malaysia that every person shall be equal under the law and have equal protection of law. However, it was not practised efficiently in the case of Beatrice Fernandez v Sistem Pernerbangan Malaysia. In this case, Beatrice was a stewardess of the Malaysian Airline System (MAS) company. To obtain print copies, contact the GPO Customer Contact Center toll-free at (DC or Int'l call ) or GPO Main Bookstore at New and Noteworthy Title.


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Federal Constitution of Malaysia by K. V. Padmanabha Rau Download PDF EPUB FB2

Federal Constitution FEDERAL CONSTITUTION ARRAnGeMent oF ARtiCLeS Pa r t i the StAteS, ReLiGion AnD LAw oF the FeDeRAtion Article 1. name, States and territories of the Federation 2. Admission of new territories into the Federation 3. Religion of the Federation 4. Supreme law of the Federation Pa r t ii FunDAMentAL LibeRtieS 5.

Liberty of the person Size: 2MB. The authors had the students in mind when they arranged the chapters and the materials for this book. And in order to make the book student-friendly, the authors have condensed the materials -- which include constitutional documents and case law -- in such as way that the students will at once grasp the essence of every provision of the Constitution/5(8).

Federal Constitution Article Contingencies Fund withdrawals from Consolidated Fund Auditor General powers and duties of Auditor General Reports of Auditor General national Finance Council Grants to States Assignment of taxes and fees to the States Restriction on borrowing Federal Constitution 19 FEDERAL CONSTITUTION Part ITHE STATES, RELIGION AND LAW OF THE FEDERATIONName, States and territories of the Federation1.

(1) The Federation shall be known, in Malay and in English,by the name Malaysia. The paperback numbering over pages will be available for sale at RM50, with the book of 36 chapters covering topics such as the Federal Constitution’s main characteristics, separation of powers, fundamental liberties, citizenship, the electoral process and the making of laws.

Discover everything Scribd has to offer, including books and audiobooks from major publishers. Start Free Trial Cancel anytime. The Federal Constitution Of Malaysia.

This is an unofficial consolidation. The original Constitution was first introduced as the Constitution of the Federation of Malaya on Merdeka Day (31 August ) and subsequently introduced as the Constitution of Malaysia on Malaysia Day (16 September ).

Last amendment included here is the Federal Constitution (Amendment) Act which entered into force on 20 July Constitution of Malaysia PART I - THE STATES, RELIGION AND LAW OF THE FEDERATION Article number: 1 1.

(1) The Federation shall be known, in Malay and in English, by the name Malaysia. (2) The States of the Federation shall be Johore, Kedah, Kelantan, Malacca, Negeri Sembilan, Pahang, Penang, Perak, Perlis, Sabah, Sarawak, Selangor and Trengganu.

Federal Constitution Article Freedom of Speech, Assembly and Association (1) Subject to Clauses (2), (3) and (4) – (a) every citizen has the right to freedom of speech and expression; (b) all citizens have the right to assemble peaceably and without arms; (c) all citizens have the right to form associations.

The Federal Constitution of Malaysia is considered as the supreme law in Malaysia. It is actually formed after the Constitution of the Federation of Malaya.

The Constitution of the Federation of Malaya is the foundation of the Federal Constitution of Malaysia today/5. Laws of Malaysia FEDERAL CONSTITUTION NOTE: The Notes in small print on unnumbered pages are not part of the authoritative text.

They are intended to assist the reader by setting out the chronology of the major amendments to the Federal Constitution and for editorial reasons, are set out in. This book examines the Malaysian approach to constitutional governance in light of waning authoritarianism and continuing inter-communal strife, and it explains the ways in which a supposedly doomed colonial text has come to be known as 'our constitution.' The book will be an extremely useful, introductory reference point for students studying.

FEDERAL CONSTITUTION As at 1 November [PART I THE STATES, RELIGION AND LAW OF THE FEDERATION [Article 1: Name, States and territories of the Federation [] The present Article without Clause (4) was inserted by Act 26/, section 4, in force from (i.e.

when Malaysia was established). Freedom of religion is enshrined in the Malaysian Constitution. First, Article 11 provides that every person has the right to profess and to practice his or her religion and (subject to applicable laws restricting the propagation of other religions to Muslims) to propagate it.

Second, the Constitution also provides that Islam is the religion of the country but other religions may be practised in peace and. This book discusses the procedural parts of family law practice that apply to non-muslims throughout Malaysia, i.e Peninsular Malaysia and Sabah and Sarawak.

Our Constitution Provides a clear and comprehensive understanding of the Federal Constitution. Federal Constitutions is a comparative study of the federal principles enshrined in the constitutions of the Malaysia and the United States.

This study focuses in particular on the distribution of legislative and financial powers, which are central elements in the working of the federal system of governance, in the constitutions of Malaysia and the United : Joseph M.

Fernando. The lists are contained in the Ninth Schedule of Federal Constitution of Malaysia. See KV Padmanabha Rau,Federal Constitution of Malaysia – A Commentary, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysian Current Law Journal Sdn Bhd. p – S 22(2)(aa) TCP Actamended via s. understanding the Federal Constitution of Malaysia.

It does not purport to be comprehensive or accurate and it does not constitute legal advice. All liability arising as a result, directly or indirectly, of acting or refraining from action on the basis of any matter contained in this presentation is expressly disclaimed by the author.

Please seek your own legal. every constitutional problem. The book – apart from being reasonably priced – is a two in one: the provisions of the Constitution and the materials needed to explain them.

These are some of the reasons that make the book a must for every law student and practitioner and indeed everyone interested in the Federal Constitution of Malaysia. The original Constitution was first introduced as the Constitution of the Federation of Malaya on 31 August (Independence Day) and subsequently as the Constitution of Malaysia on 16 September (Malaysia Day).

Article 10 of the Federal Constitution declares categorically in Clause (1) (a) that “every citizen has the right to freedom. A federal constitution is a document that is drafted and ratified for the purpose of stating as precisely as possible the relationship of the federal government to the governed -- in effect, the.

The Constitution of Malaysia, comprising articles, is the supreme law of Malaysia. It was drafted based on the advice of the Reid Commission, and came into force on 27 August — Excerpted from Constitution of Malaysia on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.The Legal System of Malaysia Written Law Written laws are laws that are contained in formal instruments such as Constitutions and Legislation.

The primary source of written law in the country is the Federal Constitution. State Constitutions too are sources of written law in Malaysia. Federal Constitution.