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  1. Malaysia - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Federal Constitution (Amendment) Act 1995.

    Adoption: 1995-07-21 | MYS-1995-C-44035

    Provisions relating to the Speaker in the Legislative Assembly.

  2. Malaysia - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Constitution (Amendment) Act 1993 (No. A848 of 1993)

    Adoption: 1993-03-22 | MYS-1993-C-36235

  3. Malaysia - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Constitution (Amendment) Enactment 1992 (No. 18 of 1992)

    Adoption: 1992-11-24 | MYS-1992-C-35127

  4. Malaysia - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Constitution (Amendment) Act 1992 (No. A837 of 1992)

    Adoption: 1992-11-20 | MYS-1992-C-36234

    Provisions in respect to, inter alia, composition of House of Representatives and status of members of Parliamentary Service.

  5. Malaysia - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Federal Constitution (Amendment) Act 1990 (No. A767 of 1990)

    Adoption: 1990-04-23 | MYS-1990-C-36231

    Provides that a person who resigns his membership of the House of Representatives or the Legislative Assembly shall, for a period of five years beginning with the date on which his resignation takes effect, be disqualified from being a member of the House of Representatives and for related matters.

  6. Malaysia - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Emergency (Federal Constitution and Constitution of Sarawak) Act, 1966 (No. 68 of 1966). - Act No. 68 of 1966

    Adoption: 1966-09-20 | MYS-1966-L-48013

    Expands powers of the Governor.

  7. Malaysia - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Constitution of the State of Sabah, 1963. - Act on-line

    Adoption: 1963 | MYS-1963-C-78253

    Provides for the Head of State for Sabah, to be called the Yang di-Pertua Negeri. Provides also for the executive and official language.

  8. Malaysia - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Constitution of Malaysia, 1957. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1957 | MYS-1957-C-44034

    First introduced as the Constitution of the Federation of Malaya in 1957, subsequently introduced as the Constitution of Malaysia on 16 September 1963. Part II outlines fundamental liberties, including right to personal liberty, freedom of speech, assembly and association. Art. 6 provides protection from forced labour. All persons are equal before the law and there shall be no discrimination based on religion, race, descent or place of birth (Art. 8). This Article does not invalidate provisions regulating personal law, or provisions or practices "restricting office or employment connected with the affairs of any religion, or of an institution managed by a group professing any religion, [and] to persons professing that religion." Part III governs citizenship. Part IV governs the Federation. The Supreme Head (Yang di-Pertuan Agong) is elected for a five-year term by the Conference of Rulers. Also contains provisions relating to the Executive and Federal Legislature. Part IX covers the Judiciary; Part X the public service. Emergency powers are regulated in Part XI. Attached are thirteen subsequent Schedules. The First and Second Schedule regulate citizenship; Schedule Three regulates the election of the Supreme Head.


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