Negri’s experience of federalism

FEDERALISM has featured in ongoing reforms such as the new Par­liamentary Committee on Federal-State Relations and the promise to fulfil the Malaysia Agreement 1963. But more can be done, especially with the Dewan Negara, which was designed to protect states’ interests.

Indeed, the Federal Constitution envisages an increase in the number of senators representing states and giving them direct electoral legitimacy.

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