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Asked in Law & Legal Issues, Malaysia
How Malay Rulers become disqualified from being elected as Yang di-Pertuan Agong?
The Yang di-Pertuan Agong is elected by the Conference of Rulers for a term of five years, but may at any time resign or be removed from office by the Conference of Rulers, and shall cease to hold office on ceasing to be a Ruler ...
Asked in Malaysia
Does Malaysia have a leader?
Malaysia is a democratic country with a parliamentary system. The 6th and current Prime Minister is Najib Razak, whose father Tun Abdul Razak was the 2nd Prime Minister. There is also a constitutional monarchy. The current "Yang Di-Pertuan Agong" is Tuanku Abdul Halim. This system is modelled after the UK's system, since Malaysia was once its colony. A unique point of the monarchy is that it is rotational. There are nine state royal rulers, i.e. Sultan/Raja. There are 4 states who do not...