Malay Rulers

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Formation of The Malayan Union
... Sir Harold MacMichael was assigned the task of gathering the Malay state rulers' approval for the Malayan Union in the same month ... In a short period of time, he managed to obtain all the Malay rulers’ approval ... for their agreement, despite the loss of political power that it entailed for the Malay rulers, has been much debated the consensus appears to be that the main reasons were that as the Malay rulers were of ...
All-Malaya Council Of Joint Action - Major Activities - People's Constitution
... Opposition to the Anglo-Malay proposal increased with demonstrations being held across Malaya and consultations were held to prepare an alternative set of ... On February 22, 1947, a coalition of Malay organizations opposed to the Anglo-Malay agreement and led by the MNP, Pusat Tenaga Ra'ayat (PUTERA), was formed and by March of the same year the PMCJA had ... to all who made Malaya their permanent home and the object of their undivided loyalty Malay Rulers to have real sovereign power responsible to the people through popularly elected Councils ...
History Of The Malaysian Constitution
... started to assert their influence in the Malay states ... Similar Councils were constituted in the other Malay states as and when they came under British protection ... By virtue of this agreement, the Malay Rulers with the advice and concurrence of the traditional chiefs and elders of the states promulgated their respective State Constitutions except for Johor and Terengganu where ...
Reid Commission - History
... Federation of Malaya, consisting of four representatives of the Malay Rulers, the Chief Minister of the Federation (Tunku Abdul Rahman) and three other ministers, and also by the British High ... Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the Malay Rulers ... from fellow Commonwealth countries was appointed by the Queen and the Malay Rulers ...

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