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    The Malaysian Constitution

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    governed regardless of any country in the world. Malaysia itself is also governed by a a set of rules. The rules assigned to a country is called the constituition. Also called the bill of rights‚ the constituition of rights is a body of basic principles a state is to be governed with. The Malayan Union first drafted the constitution in 1946 but it was opposed by the indigenous Malay community so it was cancelled. The current Malaysian Constitution was drafted instead on the basis of a report from

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    Tourism in Malaysia

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    help boost the economy. So promoting tourism in Malaysia is really important! As I’ve mentioned before‚ the Malaysian government is definitely putting in effort to diversify the economy with hopes that Malaysia’s economy will be less dependent on exports. As a result‚ tourism has become a source of income from foreign exchange which helps boost the country’s economy. Hence‚ it is absolutely important to promote tourism in Malaysia. Promoting Malaysia to foreign tourists is not that difficult. In

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    Existence of Freedom Of Speech In Malaysia The freedom to act and say things freely is a sacred force that has been granted to Malaysians as a birth right. In Article 10 of the Malaysian Constitution it guarantees citizens freedom of speech ‚ assembly and association. However this right is not absolute. Article 10(2) and (4) of the Federal Constitution allows Parliament to impose limits to such acts. The act of freedom of speech is not solely limited to the ability of a person using verbal efforts

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    -Electronic Commerce 1 LAWS OF MALAYSIA Act 658 ELECTRONIC COMMERCE ACT 2006 2 Laws of Malaysia ACT 658 Date of Royal Assent Date of publication in the Gazette ... ... ... ... 30 August 2006 31 August 2006 Publisher’s Copyright C PERCETAKAN NASIONAL MALAYSIA BERHAD All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced‚ stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means electronic‚ mechanical‚ photocopying‚ recording and/or otherwise

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    PERORMANCE OF SMEs IN MALAYSIA Malaysian SMEs are a vital component of the country’s economic development. According to SMIDEC (2002): SMEs accounted for 93.8 per cent of companies in the manufacturing sector. They contribute- • 27.3 per cent of total manufacturing output‚ • 25.8 per cent to value-added production‚ own • 27.6 per cent of fixed assets‚ and • employ 38.9 per cent of the country’s workforce. In addition‚ valueadded products from SMEs are expected to be worth RM 120

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    UNIQUENESS OF THE MALAYSIAN CONSTITUTION Malaysian constitution is unique because it able to covers all the legislative‚government and judiciary aspects and has special provisions for the application in a country with a diversity of races and religions.In addition‚the Malaysian Constitution is complete and comprehensive as reflected in its thickness and meticulous details.The most unique is the practice of the status of ‘King’ is unusual.The ‘king’ here is the Yang di-Pertuan Agong(YDPA) chosen

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    English vs. Bahasa Malaysia A German friend of mine once asked me why I did not use Malay as an every day language when I am Malaysian. What piqued his curiosity was when I had a Malay friend over and both of us had a conversation in flawless English. My German friend could not help but to ask us why the national language was not used. “In Germany‚ everybody speaks German!” he said. And then it hit me‚ that in Thailand‚ locals speak Thai every day on almost every occasion. In Philippines

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    The Contribution of Maine and Savigny in the Malaysian Constitution The views of Maine and Savigny had indeed contributed to some provisions in the Federal Constitution of Malaysia. Before the discussion proceeds in looking into provision that reflects the views of Maine and Savigny‚ it is better for us to understand first‚ what are the views suggested‚ or rather arguments put forward by these two jurists. The first jurist of the discussion is Savigny. Friedrich Carl von Savigny (21 February

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    Industry In Malaysia | Marketing Research- BM031-3-2-MKIR | | Hand out and Hand in dates | 05/10/2011-------6/22/2011 | | Individual Assignment Intake code: UC2F1103KMGT Student Number: TP021112 Lecturer’s Name: Marzura Abdul Malek Word count: 1988 words Table of Contents I. Introduction…………………………………..............................3 II. Malaysian Education…………………………………………….4 III. Key Factors that influence potential local and foreign students to Malaysia………………………………………………………

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    Introduction of Printing Presses and Publications Act 1984 (PPPA) in Malaysia PPPA first introduced by the British colonial government as the Printing Ordinance of 1948 at the beginning of the state of emergency‚ in order to counteract Communist activities that are seen as a threat to the establishment. All printing presses require a licence granted by the Home Affairs Minister‚ renewed every year. In 1971 The Ordinance was revised‚ after the race riots of 1969‚ and became the Printing Presses

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    Constitution of Malaysia

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    CONSTITUTION OF MALAYSIA DEFINITIONS • K. Ramanathan: prinsip-prinsip asas yang mengasaskan sesebuah negara‚ memastikan bagaimanakah sesuatu keputusan kerajaan itu akan dibuat‚ bagaimana kuasa akan diagih-agihkan antara institusi-institusi kerajaan‚ menetapkan satu kewibawaan ideal sesebuah negara itu dan memperkenalkan satu sistem pemerintahan seperti termaktub sama ada dalam undangundang‚ adat mahupun Majlis Piagam Perjanjian”. Malaysian Constitution consists of 3 list • a. Federal List • b

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    The Constitution of Malaysia

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    Malaysia is known for its richness of multicultural and multi-racial country which is spread between Peninsular Malaysia‚ Sabah and Sarawak. Despite being one huge political unit‚ it has different set of rules and law to comply with. Malaysia law can be classified into various sources‚ mainly are written law‚ unwritten law and Muslim law. Written law comprises The Federal Constitution which is the supreme law of the land and State Constitution‚ a range of constitutions regulating the governments

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    The batek of Malaysia are one of the original people of Malaysia or otherwise known as Orang Asli. Unlike the other Orang Asli of Malaysia whom have left their cultures behind to work and live like modern day society‚ the Batek are still live their traditional lives (J. Beswick‚ 2010). The Batek live in camps of five or six nuclear families. These foragers have a split gathering system. While women can hunt they are mostly known for their gathering skills (Lampell‚ K. 1984). In this paper I will

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    Introduction The Malaysian Government follows the Constitution of the Federation of Malaya which was promulgated on Merdeka day‚ August 31‚ 1957 (revised in 1963) in setting up its administrative and policy making decisions. Malaysia practices parliamentary democracy and is ruled as a constitutional Monarchy with Yang di Pertuan Agong as the head of the country. Under the constitutionMalaysia as a federation is ruled as a Constitutional Monarchy with the appointment of the Yang di-Pertuan

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    The Federal Constitution of Malaysia‚ which came into force in 1957‚ is the supreme law of Malaysia.[1] The Federation was initially called the Federation of Malaya (in Malay‚ Persekutuan Tanah Melayu) and it adopted its present name‚ Malaysia‚ when the States of Sabah‚ Sarawak and Singapore (now independent) joined the Federation.[2] The Constitution establishes the Federation as a constitutional monarchy having the Yang di-Pertuan Agong as the Head of State whose roles are largely ceremonial.[3]

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    ADVANTAGES OF SEDITION ACT

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    lobby of the Selangor State Assembly on 28 November 2014 ( theborneopost‚ 2014). In conjunction with the role of Malaysia as a famous multiracial country that made up of three major races and many more ethnics. In measure to create a cohesive society‚ sedition act is very important to limit the freedom of speech by every individual especially on sensitive issues about any races in Malaysia. In general‚ all of Malaysian races have their own religion‚ culture‚ celebrations and also language. Thus‚ all

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    Multicultural Tolerance and Understanding through Teaching Curricula: Lessons Learned and Possible Applications in the Jordanian Context Dr. Fakhri R. Khader Chairman Dept of Educational Sciences Petra University Amman - Jordan Introduction Malaysia is a federal constitutional monarch located in the heart of Southeast Asia. It covers an area of 329‚847 square kilometers and the total population is over 28.3 million. It has about 5‚407‚865 students and about 405‚716 teachers‚ with an illiteracy

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    Freedom Of Speech‚ Assembly And Association Article 10 of the Constitution of Malaysia guarantees Malaysian citizens the right to freedom of speech‚ freedom of assembly and freedom of association but such freedom and rights are not absolute‚ unlike the First Amendment in the United States Constitution. Subject to Clauses (2)‚ (3) and (4)‚ under Article10 all citizens have the right to:- freedom of speech and expression; assemble peaceably and without arms;  form associations. Experts such

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    of Freedom of Expression on the Internet 3 Violation of Freedom of Expression in Blogs 6 How Censorship of the Media Would Affect Businesses. 8 Conclusion 10   Introduction The freedom of expression is provided in the Federal Constitution of Malaysia. However‚ although the freedom of expression is provided‚ any materials deemed offensive‚ sensitive‚ hostile or more would be filtered out which further results in the censorship of media. With the rapid evolvement of technology‚ the internet

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    015e.fm Page 1 Monday‚ March 27‚ 2006 11:41 AM LAWS OF MALAYSIA REPRINT Act 15 SEDITION ACT 1948 Incorporating all amendments up to 1 January 2006 PUBLISHED BY THE COMMISSIONER OF LAW REVISION ‚ MALAYSIA UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF THE REVISION OF LAWS ACT 1968 IN COLLABORATION WITH MALAYAN LAW JOURNAL SDN BHD AND PERCETAKAN NASIONAL MALAYSIA BHD 2006 015e.fm Page 2 Monday‚ March 27‚ 2006 11:41 AM 2 SEDITION ACT 1948 First enacted … … … … … … 1948 (Ordinance

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