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Topic: Legislative Council

The Straits Times:
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Malaysia's Johor state government has ruled out a repeat of the Sungai Kim Kim incident after 15 individuals - including 13 students - were admitted to hospital following breathing difficulties and vo...
Malaysiakini:
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Tens of thousands of demonstrators in Hong Kong surrounded the city’s legislature on Wednesday, forcing it to postpone a second round of debate on an extradition bill that would allow people to be s...
Malaysiakini:
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Chaotic scenes erupted in Hong Kong early today as thousands of demonstrators stormed a key road next to government offices to protest against a proposed extradition bill that would allow people to be...
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Riot police surrounded Hong Kong’s parliament on today after authorities said they would go ahead with a proposed extradition law, which would allow suspects to be sent to mainland China, despite pr...
Malaysiakini:
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Hong Kong was plunged into a fresh political crisis on Sunday night after more than half a million people took to the streets to thwart a proposed extradition law that would allow suspects to be sent ...
Star TV:
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Demonstrators rallied outside Hong Kong's Legislative Council on Tuesday, protesting the amendment to the extradition law that could allow suspects to be extradited to mainland China.The bill is the l...
The Edge Markets:
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(April 24): Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said the State Constitutions of Johore and Terengganu were nullified by the new Constitution which was accepted by all the States of Malaysia.
Malaysiakini:
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Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad claimed that the state constitutions of Johor and Terengganu were nullified when the Federation of Malaya was formed.
Malay Mail:
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KOTA KINABALU, March 14 — As reviews for the Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63) begin, the Sabah council of churches (SCC) wants the review committee to also focus on the guarantee of complete religiou...
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Hong Kong on Wednesday presented a controversial bill to lawmakers that prescribes jail terms of up to three years for disrespecting the Chinese national anthem, a move critics say raises fresh fears ...