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MPs and separation of powers

MPs and separation of powers

While most of the MPs who were voted in in 2008 believe in the separation of powers between the three pillars of government, up to 40% of those who replied to MP Watch say the concept is not fully practised in Malaysia. This is especially because the executive is too powerful.

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Misdeeds lead to downfall of monarchy: Perak Sultan

KUALA KANGSAR, 3 Feb 2009: The Sultan of Perak Sultan Azlan Shah said the monarchy could be reduced to a museum piece if it was not wisely and fairly governed. “History has shown that the downfall of a monarchy was not because the system was not good, but rather because of misdeeds. “Internal bickering and [...]

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Heading towards first class

Heading towards first class

Between 28 April and 15 Dec 2008, four opposition MPs have been thrown out of the House SINCE the historic 8 March elections, expectations have understandably been high for interesting parliamentary sittings. With the Barisan Nasional (BN)’s two-thirds majority reduced in Parliament, the checks and balances needed in a robust democracy have been more imaginable. [...]

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