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By Dr. Andrew J Harding, Dr. James Chin

ISBN-10: 9814561967

ISBN-13: 9789814561969

On sixteen September 1963 Malaysia got here into being with the accession of Sabah, Sarawak and Singapore to the prevailing Federation of Malaya. This e-book marks the fiftieth anniversary of this extraordinary occasion in South East Asia's background. the focal point of the booklet could be generally at the event of Sabah and Sarawak as topics of the federation. It appears to be like on the event of federalism from a couple of assorted views, preserving in brain not only the consequences of federalism on Sabah and Sarawak but additionally the consequences at the federation as a complete. Has the discount of 1963 been adhered to? Has Malaysian federalism been a profitable instance of this way of presidency in Asia, or has the cut price been undermined in methods opposite to the unique deal within the Malaysia contract of 1963? What were the sensible results on East Malaysia in the course of 50 years?

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At the workshop Dr Denison Jayasooriya, a former Human Rights Commissioner, pointed out that, despite the legislative mandate granted to Malaysia’s National Human Rights Commission (Suhakam) to produce annual reports on the state of human rights in Malaysia, there has never been an allocation of time for formal deliberations on these, either in Parliament itself or at select committee stage. Four contemporary serious human rights issues are particularly relevant, according to Dr Denison Jayasooriya, to the people of Sabah and Sarawak, all of these being connected to the execution of policies and programmes by the Federal Government.

THE BASIC STRUCTURE OF MALAYSIAN FEDERALISM Federalism is therefore a complex system of government and it is especially so in Malaysia given its complex, multi-layered nature. Malaysia is a federation of two states (originally in 1963 three, including Singapore) with an already existing Federation of eleven states, the Federation of Malaya, which came into being in 1948. The Federation of Malaya had brought within the federal structure the nine Malay states (which were already either federated or unfederated) and the two former Crown colonies of Penang and Melaka (Malacca).

Harding, Andrew, 1950-, editor. II. Chin, Ung-Ho, 1967-, editor. 4595 — dc23 OCN883822061 Printed in Malaysia by Vivar Printing Sdn. Bhd. L. Tan) Federal-East Malaysia Relations: Primus-Inter-Pares? (by James Chin) Protection of the Indigenous Peoples of Sabah and Sarawak under Malaysia’s Federal System (by Andrew Harding) Confusion, Coercion and Compromise in Malaysian Federalism (by Khairil Azmin Mokhtar) Fifty Years of Water Resources Management i n Malaysian Federalism: A Way Forward (by Rasyikah Md Khalid, Faridah Jalil and Mazlin Bin Mokhtar) INDEX CONTRIBUTORS ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This book started off as a one-day workshop, Fifty years of Malaysia: Federalism Revisited, hosted by the Centre for Asian Legal Studies (CALS), Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore, on 27 September, 2013.

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