The Federal Factor in the Government and Politics of Peninsular Malaysia
Oxford University Press, 1987 - Political Science - 401 pages
This book explores the labyrinth of Centre-State relations in post-independence Peninsular Malaysia, focusing on four crucial components of the political structure--the Constitution, finance, administrative organization, and political parties.
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The Constitution and the Federal Idea
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Abdul administrative allocations amendment Annual appointed areas authority body Branch bureaucracies cent Central Government Central officers Centre Centre-State changes Civil Service Commission Committee compared Congress Constitution continued Council Datuk Mohamad delegates Department dependence Deputy direct discussed District Officers Division dominance Economic effective elected Emergency equalization especially establishment Executive Expenditure Federation of Malaysia former further Government Press Government’s grants Head held important increased Independence indicates integration interests Johore Kedah Kedah SCS Kelantan Kuala Lumpur land leaders Legislative Malacca Malay Malayan matters meeting ment Mentri Besar Negri Sembilan officers op.cit organization Pahang party Penang Peninsular Malaysia Perak Percentage Perlis planning political position posts President Prime Minister recommended relations Report representatives respective responsible Rulers salary SCSs Second Secretary Selangor Sources Straits structure Superscale Table Trengganu UMNO Unit University
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