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aftermath of local government restructuring in West Malaysia

Phang, Siew Nooi.

aftermath of local government restructuring in West Malaysia

the experience of the Penang island and Klangmunicipalities

by Phang, Siew Nooi.

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Birmingham, Institute of Local Government Studies.

Statementby Phang Siew Nooi.
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Open LibraryOL13827174M

Malaysia were controlled by local elective councils (Tennant, ). Local elections were again, however, suspended in against the backdrop of Konfrontasi with Indonesia, only to be removed entirely through the Local Government Act that specified local councils were to be constituted. Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka, Kuala Lumpur. Sidek bin Haji Mohamad & Ors v The Government of Malaysia, [] 1 MLJ (). Teo Keong Sood and Khaw Lake Tee (). Land Law in Malaysia: Cases and Commentary. Butterworth & Co (Asia) PTE LTD, Singapore. The Federal Constitution, amendment as at 1 st June, International Books Services, Kuala.

Malaysia. I. CHANGING CONTEXT OF GOVERNMENT. Factors in the developmental context, which may be increasing or decreasing in importance: a) transnationalization of management change. b) imperative to increase gender/women sensitivity. c) groups in society with needs and demands. d) private sector needs and demands. e) local government needs and. Rapid development in local authorities nowadays faced with several challenges in demands. Over the years, issues and problems due to poor management, malpractice, and poor finance makes local authorities in dilemmas. The ability to overcome current.

The State Governments oversee the LA activities and play a role in provision of land for disposal facilities. At the Federal level, the Ministry of Housing and Local Government (MHLG), the Ministry of Health (MOH) and the Economic Planning Unit (EPU) are playing an increasingly important role in providing local authorities with technical and. The local government operates as a centralized political system. The local Malaysian governments main sources of revenue are land ownership and state water supply.


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