publication . Thesis . Other literature type . 2017

Islamization in Malaysia: the constitutional and legal dimensions

Choo, Kah Sing;
  • Published: 06 Feb 2017
This thesis examines the legitimacy of the Islamization of the politics, society and law in Malaysia. The Islamization plan was carried out by the federal government in the early 1980s under the Mahathir administration. The legitimacy of the Islamization plan is measured against the original intent of the Independence Constitution, with particular reference to the position of Islam in the Constitution. Those constitutional provisions which have been claimed to have granted Islam as the main and dominant religion in the Federation are examined. The thesis also examines the responses of the civil judiciary. The civil court judges did not resist the federal governm...
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