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Vol 22 No 3 March/April 2017

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Law, Government and the Constitution in Malaysia

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ISBN13: 9789041109187
ISBN: 9041109188
Published: March 1996
Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: £194.00



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This work aims to give a picture of law, government and the constitution in Malaysia, and to set constitutional developments in their political and social context. It is written in such a way that lawyers may see how perspectives other than the purely legal can help the understanding of constitutional issues in Malaysia and that others may comprehend the lawyer's perspective on these issues. There has been an increasing interest in constitutional issues in Malaysia since the mid-1980s following a number of important events, including the advent of judicial activism and the curtailment of royal powers. There is now a need for a reappraisal of the Malaysian constitution in terms of its political and social dimensions and dynamics, and the extent of its adherence to, or its interpretation of, those principles which are collectively known as ""constitutionalism"", that is, democratic government, the rule of law, the separation of powers, and the observance of fundamental human rights and liberties. The book examines how the constitution has adjusted to its environment, how it operates and how its abstractions differ from reality.;The author concludes that the principles of the constitution have been eroded to such a degree that a new constitutional settlement is needed - one which makes it clear what the basic tenets of the Malaysian polity are.

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