Constitutional Law and Human Rights in Malaysia

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Constitutional Law and Human Rights in Malaysia

Author Khairil Azmin Mokhtar
Publication Date May 2013
ISBN 9789670498133
Format
Hardcover

 

Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell

Constitutional Law and Human Rights in Malaysia examines a wide range of topical and vital issues that concern Malaysians. In 28 chapters organised into three sections, this book covers topics such as the basic branches of government, the key concepts and elements of the Constitution, and human rights. It contains a fascinating collection of articles written by a panel of constitutional law experts, comprising senior and junior academics from various higher institutions around the country, as well as a few scholars from other countries.

The discussion throughout Constitutional Law and Human Rights in Malaysia is both educational and analytical, as well as thought-provoking. In addition to explicitly articulating constitutional law's essential principles, the book addresses significant issues affecting Malaysian society and provides legal solutions as well as proposals for the country's future constitutional growth.

Freedom of speech and expression, the judiciary's accountability and integrity, the cost of access to justice, the electoral process, elected members and the right to change parties, the rights of the orang asli, freedom of communication and the Internet, the legal protection of the right to privacy, and the rights of women in Malaysia are all discussed in this book.

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