Rethinking federal-state relations

FEDERAL-state frictions are known to all of the 25 or so federations in the world. Malaysia is no exception.

Lately, several Malaysian states have vigorously challenged the inequitable sharing of power and wealth between the central government and the governments of the 13 constituent units.

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