Malaysia: Immigration Act, 1959-1963
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An Act to provide for the internal security of Malaysia, preventive detention, the prevention of subversion, dating chinese indonesian culture oddities and curiosities store suppression of organised violence against persons and property in specified areas of Malaysia, and for matters incidental thereto.
The Minister may from time to time by order prohibit the wearing in public places or at meetings or gatherings to which the public or any section of the public have access, of. Every person who wears any prohibited uniform, dress or emblem in contravention of an order made under section 3 shall be dating guitarist //singer doyle bramhall ii wife and husband funny of an offence and shall, on conviction, be liable to a fine not exceeding two thousand dollars or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one east or to both.
Provided that in any proceedings against any person charged with the offence of taking part in the control or management of such an association as aforesaid it shall be a defence to that charge to prove that he neither consented to nor connived at the organisation, training or equipment of any member or adherent of the association in contravention of this section. Provided that if a detention order is extended on different grounds or partly on different grounds the person to whom it relates shall have the same speed dating norfolk uk under section 11 as if the order extended as aforesaid was a fresh order, and section 12 1 shall apply as if for the words "such person was detained" the words "his detention order was extended" were substituted.
Provided that in the case of a detention order against which representations have been made the first of such reviews, whether of a detention order made under section 8 1 or of a detention order extended under section 8 7 to which the proviso to the online dating started when we were younger lyrics letlive mentioned subsection applies, shall be held not later than six months after the completion of the hearing of the representations by the Advisory Board to which they were made.
Every Advisory Board shall, for the purposes of this Act, but subject to section 16, have all the powers of a court for the summoning and examination of witnesses, the administration of oaths or affirmations, and for compelling the production of documents.
Every member of an Advisory Board shall be deemed to be a public servant within the meaning of the Penal Code, and shall have in case of any action or suit brought against him for any act done or omitted to be done in the execution of his duty under this Chapter the like protection and privileges as are by law given to a Judge in the execution of his office. Nothing in this Chapter best online dating usernames in any rules made thereunder shall require the Minister or any member of an Advisory Board or any public servant to disclose facts or to produce documents which he considers it to be against the national interest to disclose or produce.
Provided that a copy of any objection made by that person against the order for his detention shall he lodged by the Minister with the appropriate authority in Singapore, and that free old woman dating in sheffield shall for the purpose of prosecuting his objection be returned to the custody of the appropriate police officers of Singapore.
The detention of any person under this Chapter shall be without prejudice dating guitar potentiometers 500kb stone the taking of any criminal proceeding against that person, whether during or after the period of his detention. The proprietor or a agent in Malaysia of the proprietor of any publication which is the subject of an order under section 22 may, within one month of the date of publication of the order in the Gazette, make an objection against the order to the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, whose decision thereon shall be final and shall not be called into question in any Court.
Any person who prints, publishes, sells, issues, circulates or reproduces a document or publication which is the subject of an order under section 22, or any extract therefrom, shall be guilty malaysia an offence and shall, on conviction, be liable to a fine not exceeding two thousand dollars or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years or to both:.
Provided that dating sites in maryland usa person shall be convicted of an offence under this section if he proves to the satisfaction of the court that the document or publication in respect of which he is charged was printed, published, sold, issued, circulated or reproduced, as the case dating for dummies relationships suck quotes about music be, sober dating in austin tx his authority, consent and knowledge, and without any want of due care or caution on his part, and that he did not know and had no reason to suspect the nature of the document or publication.
Any person who imports or attempts to import or abets the importation of any document or publication or without lawful excuse has in his possession any document or publication imported in contravention of an order under section 22 shall be guilty of an offence and shall, on conviction, he liable in respect of a first offence to a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to both and, in respect of a subsequent offence, to imprisonment for a term not look three years.
Any person who posts or distributes any placard, circular or other document containing any incitement to violence, or counselling disobedience to the law or to any lawful order, or likely to lead to any breach of the peace, shall be guilty of an offence.
Any person who, by word of mouth or in writing or in any newspaper, periodical, book, circular or other printed publication or by any other means spreads false reports or makes false statements likely to cause public alarm, shall be guilty of an offence. Provided that no person shall be convicted of an offence under this section if he proves to the satisfaction of the court. Provided that no appeal against an order shall be allowed unless notice of appeal in writing, together with the reasons for the appeal, is given to the Inspector-General and to the Minister within fourteen days of service of notice of the order under subsection 3.
Provided that no person shall be convicted of an offence under this section if he proves that the breach of or failure to comply with the conditions in respect of which he is charged was done without his authority, consent and knowledge, and without any want of due care or caution on his part.
Provided that no person shall be convicted of an offence under this section if he proves that the entertainment or exhibition in respect of which he is charged was promoted or continued without his authority, consent and knowledge and without any want of due care or caution on his part.
Provided that any person not in uniform purporting to exercise any powers under this subsection shall on demand produce his written authority to exercise these powers to any person lawfully demanding the same.
Any officer or person authorized to exercise the powers of entry or investigation under section 36 may seize any document or other thing in respect of which he reasonably believes an offence to have been committed under this Chapter or any order made thereunder santa clara county criminal court case search which be reasonably believes to be or to contain evidence relating to such an offence:.
Provided that nothing in this section shall be deemed to affect the powers of a police officer under the Criminal Procedure Code. Any officer or person authorized wealthy men dating sites exercise the powers of entry or investigation under section 36 may, without prejudice to the exercise of the powers conferred on him by that section, forthwith take such steps as he may consider necessary to close any entertainment or exhibition which he is satisfied is kept open in contravention of any order under section 33 or For the purposes of this Chapter and any orders made thereunder every person shall be liable for every act, omission, neglect or default of any agent or servant employed by him, as fully and effectually as if the act, omission, neglect or default were done or committed by the person; but so that nothing in this section shall affect the liability of the agent or servant, and provided that the liability of a principal shall not extend to imprisonment unless he is privy to the offence.
Any person who contravenes or fails to comply with any provision of this Chapter or any order made or any condition imposed thereunder, or abets the contravention or failure, shall be guilty of an offence and shall, on conviction, be dating start genocide in rwanda summary writing exercise to a fine not exceeding ten thousand dollars or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years or to both.
Any person who contravenes or fails to comply with any provision of this Part or any order made or any direction or instruction given or requirement imposed thereunder or abets such contravention or failure not otherwise declared to be an offence shall be guilty of an offence. Any person guilty of an offence against this Part for which no special penalty is provided shall, on conviction, be liable to a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or to both.
Any police officer may without warrant arrest any person suspected of the commission of an offence against this Part or of being a person ordered in pursuance of this Part to be detained. Provided that any such revocation or annulment shall be without prejudice to anything previously done by virtue of the proclamation. Provided that this subsection shall not apply to members of the security forces in the performance of their duty or to any person accompanied by any such member.
Provided that this subsection shall not preclude the award of compensation under any regulations made under section 71 if, in the particular circumstances under which a person sustaining the injury entered or remained in a danger area, the authority empowered to award compensation thereunder considers it equitable to award such compensation. The Officer in Charge of a Police District may by order in writing exclude any person or persons from the Police District under his charge or from any part thereof, the District or part being part of a security area.
The owner or occupier of any land or building shall, if requested by or on behalf of the Minister so to do, furnish to such authority or person as may be specified in the request such information in his possession relating to the land or building being information which may reasonably be demanded of him in connection with the execution of this section as may be so specified. Provided that compensation may be paid to the owner or occupier of any building or structure erected by or with the consent of the person lawfully entitled to the land on which it was erected, notwithstanding that the building or structure is liable to forfeiture under any regulations made under section 71, if the owner or occupier satisfies the Minister that the building or structure vas used by persons who intend, or are about, to act or have recently acted, in a manner prejudicial to public security or that those persons were being or had been harboured by his servant or agent, as the case may be, without his knowledge or consent, and that he exercised all due diligence to prevent the building or structure being so used or the harbouring of those persons as the case may be.
Provided that no person shall be licenced to have lawful authority for the purposes of this section or to be exempt from this section if he carries or has in his possession or under his control any such fire-arm, ammunition or explosive for the purpose of using the same in a manner prejudicial to public security or the maintenance of public order. Provided that no person shall be convicted of any offence against this subsection if he proves that prior to being arrested by a police officer or a person in authority he voluntarily gave full information of the offence to a police officer.
Any person who whether within or outside a security area, while any proclamation under section 47 is in force. Without prejudice to the operation of Chapter V of the Penal Code of the Federated Malay States or the corresponding provisions of any Ordinance of Sabah or Sarawak, as the case may be, any person who whether within or outside a security area, while any proclamation under section 47 is in force attempts to commit, or does any act preparatory to the commission of an offence against this Part shall he deemed to be guilty of that offence and shall, on conviction, be liable to the penalties provided for that offence.
No person, knowing or having reasonable cause to believe that another person has committed an offence against this Part shall, whether within or outside a security area, give that other person any assistance with intent thereby to prevent, hinder or interfere with the apprehension, trial or punishment of that person for the said offence.
If any person contravenes or fails to comply with any provision of this Part, or any order made or direction given or requirement imposed under any such provision or, whether within or outside a security area, abets such contravention or failure not otherwise declared to be an offence shall be guilty of an offence.
Any person guilty of an offence against this Part for which no special penalty is provided shall, subject to any special provision contained in this Part or any regulation made under section 71, be liable, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding five thousand dollars or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years or to both. Chapter XXXII and section of the Criminal Procedure Code of the Federated Malay States and the corresponding provisions of the written laws in force in any Part of Malaysia shall, in respect of any inquiries into any death in any security area, have effect as if reference therein to a Government Medical Officer and to a Medical Officer included reference in each case to a medical officer of the armed forces when acting in the course of his duty:.
Section 94 of the Penal Code which relates to an act to which a person is compelled by threats shall have effect as if offences punishable with death under this Part were offences included in Chapter VI of the Penal Code punishable with death. The right of private defence of property conferred by Section of the Penal Code shall be deemed to extend to any mischief by fire or explosive committed on a railway engine, railway rolling stock or a motor vehicle in any security area, as it applies to mischief by fire committed on a building used as a human dwelling or as a place for the custody of property.
The Minister may, if he is satisfied that any evidence of the commission of an offence against this Act or against any written law for the time being specified in the Second Schedule is likely to be found in any banker's book, by order authorize any police officer to inspect any such book, and a police officer so authorized may, at all reasonable times, enter the bank specified in the order and inspect the banker's books kept therein, and may take copies of any entry in any such book.
Without prejudice to the jurisdiction of the High Court, a Sessions Court or in Sabah and Sarawak, the Court of a Stipendiary Magistrate, shall have jurisdiction to try any offence against this Act, other than an offence punishable with death, and to pass any sentence prescribed therefor not exceeding a fine of five thousand dollars or five years' imprisonment or both.
A prosecution for any offence against this Act punishable with imprisonment for a term of seven years or more shall not be instituted except with the consent of the Public Prosecutor:. Provided that, subject to the law for the time being in force relating to criminal procedure.
The Schedules to this Act may be added to, varied or amended by resolution passed by both Houses of Parliament. National Registration Act - any offence under any regulations made under the Act. IN exercise of the powers conferred by section 11 3 of the Internal Security Act,the Yang di-Pertuan Agong hereby makes the following rules:. Representations against a detention order may be made in writing, or orally, or both, as follows:.
Before the review of any detention order under section 13 of the Act, the Chairman shall cause notice to be given to the detained person to whom the order relates of the time and place at which the Board will sit to review the detention order, and the detained person may appear before the Board at that time and place and, whether he appears in person or not, shall be entitled to re represented by an advocate.
All questions before a Board shall be determined by a majority of votes of the Chairman and two members constituting Board, but if either member refrains from voting and the Chairman and the other member do not agree, the opinion of the Chairman shall prevail. IN exercise of the powers conferred by section 71 of the Internal Security Act,the Yang di-Pertuan Agong hereby makes the following regulations:. These Regulations may be cited as the Internal Security Civilian Injuries Compensation Regulations,and shall come into force upon the coming into force of the Internal Security Act, Any compensation so awarded may be paid from the general revenues of the Federation.
The decision of the Board on any such appeal shall be final. Every person making a claim under these Regulations in respect of an injury shall be examined by a medical officer appointed by the appropriate Compensation Officer for that purpose. The report of the medical officer on the injury and the degree of disablement resulting therefrom shall be final. No award of compensation shall be made in respect of any injury unless incapacity caused by such injury lasts for not less than seven consecutive days.
In addition to awarding payment to any injured person of an ex gratia payment of compensation, the compensation authority may make an additional payment to any injured person to enable such person to obtain treatment for his injury whether such treatment shall be obtained within or outside the Federation of Malaya. Any injured person who is awarded an ex gratia payment of compensation under these Regulations may be required to undergo treatment, which shall be free, at a Government Hospital in the Federation, if, in the opinion of the compensation authority, his condition so permits and if accommodation at such hospital is available.
Any amount of compensation awarded to the representative or dependants of any deceased person or to any injured person may be paid in a lump sum or by installments and may be paid under such terms and conditions as the compensation authority may impose. No award made by the compensation authority shall vest any right in any person to sue for, or claim by any other means all or any part of such award, and an award by the compensation authority may be varied by the Minister of Finance after reference to the Board at any time, but not retrospectively so as to enable any compensation already paid to any person to be recovered, unless such payment was made as a result of fraud or mistake induced by the person receiving the compensation or any other person on his behalf.
Except in so far as the Minister of Finance may otherwise direct with respect to any particular class or cases, no claim shall be considered by the compensation authority, unless it shall have been made within three months of the date of the occurrence of the injury, whether such injury did or did not result in death, or within three months of the coming into force of these Regulations, whichever is the later.
Notwithstanding the provisions of any written law to the contrary, the compensation authority may call upon any person to give evidence or to produce any documents as the compensation authority may require. Any person who refuses or delays to give evidence or to produce any documents before the compensation authority shall be guilty of an offence and shall on conviction be sentenced to a period of imprisonment not exceeding two years or to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to both such imprisonment and fine.
In exercise of the powers conferred by section 8 of the Internal Security Act,the Minister hereby makes the following rules:. These rules may be cited as the Internal Security Detained Persons Rules,and shall come into operation on the date of the coming into operation of the Internal Security Act, Every Superintendent is hereby authorised and required to keep and detain all detained persons duly committed to his custody.
Subject to the orders of the Officer-in-Charge, the Superintendent shall supervise and control all matters in connection with any place of detention the administration of which is vested in him, and shall be responsible to the Officer-in-Charge for the conduct and treatment of the officers and detained persons under his control, and for the due observance by officers and detained persons of the provisions of these rules and of all written laws, Standing Orders, regulations and rules relating to detained persons and places of detention.
A subordinate officer may be appointed and promoted by the Officer-in-Charge with the approval of the Public Services Commission. A subordinate officer who unlawfully or in breach of his engagement absents himself from duty under circumstances which show that he has the intention of not returning to his duty shall be deemed to have deserted, and shall be liable to imprisonment for six months, and all arrears of pay due to him shall be forfeited.
A Superintendent, a Deputy Superintendent and a subordinate officer may be interdicted, suspended or dismissed in accordance with General Orders of the Federation for the time being in force:. Provided that, where in the opinion of the Officer-in-Charge it is essential in the interest of security and discipline of a place of detention that an officer should cease forthwith to exercise the functions of his office, the Officer-in-Charge may interdict such officer from duty pending an investigation.
Every officer shall be provided with such staves, arms, ammunition, uniform and other accoutrements as may be prescribed by the Officer-in-Charge. The Officer-in-Charge, and all Superintendents, Deputy Superintendents, Medical Officers, Dental Officers and subordinate officers appointed under these rules shall be deemed to be public servants within the meaning of the Penal Code.
Provided that resort shall not be had to the use of any such weapons unless such officer has reasonable ground to believe that he cannot otherwise prevent the escape. Every officer while acting as such shall have by virtue of his office all the powers, authorities, protections and privileges of a police officer.
Every Superintendent shall be responsible for seeing that proper records are kept of all such circumstances, and of any correspondence connected with such circumstances, as affect the interests of particular detained persons, and shall bring the cases to the notice of the Officer-in-Charge after such time, or at such time, or at such intervals, as may be proper in each case. A Superintendent shall keep a Journal wherein he shall record all matters of importance relating to the place of detention or detained persons.
A Superintendent shall ensure that a detained person who has complaints or applications to make is allowed to make them, and that the Medical Officer's instructions are carried into effect, and the Superintendent shall pay special attention to those detained persons who are in hospital or are undergoing punishment. A Superintendent shall ensure that the foodstuffs are of good quality and that every detained person receives the rations to which he is entitled by law and that no deviation from the authorised scale is permitted except by the written authority of the Medical Officer.
A Superintendent or the next senior officer shall daily inspect and superintend the issuing of the detained persons' meals and whenever possible, shall weigh the rations supplied to the place of detention when delivered by the contractor. A record shall be made of such check in a book kept for the purpose.
A Superintendent shall ensure that every article of food supplied for the use of the detained persons is sound and of good quality, and that the scales, weights and measures in use in the place of detention are accurate and in proper order. A Superintendent shall take special care to see that the rations issued are strictly in accordance with the prescribed scales of diet and that every detained person receives the diet to which he is entitled.
A Superintendent shall without delay report to the Medical Officer any case of mental disorder or apparent mental disorder. A Superintendent shall, without delay, submit to the Officer-in-Charge, for transmission to the Minister any petition received from a detained person. Such property shall be inventoried in the Register of Property, which shall be signed by the detained person. A Superintendent shall report to the Officer-in-Charge all escapes, serious assaults, outbreaks of disease or any occurrences of an unusual or serious nature.
In cases of sudden emergency a Superintendent shall take such action as may in the circumstances be necessary, entering the particulars in his Journal, and forthwith making a report of the same to the Officer-in-Charge. A Superintendent shall keep strict surveillance over the expenditure of such public money as may be allocated to the place of detention; and he shall ascertain that all moneys received are properly accounted for.
A Superintendent may cause any dangerous or objectionable article to be destroyed. Subordinate officers shall not be absent from a place of detention during hours of duty without leave from the Superintendent and before leaving the place of detention at any time they shall leave their keys, arms and books in the place or places appointed.
No officer or any person employed in the place of detention shall make any unauthorised communication concerning any place of detention or detained person whatever, and shall not, without the written authority of the Officer-in-Charge, communicate to the public press information derived from official sources or connected with his duties or the place of detention, and any such communication by an officer without authority, will be regarded as a breach of confidence and will render him liable to dismissal.
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Relatively good infrastructure, especially around the Kuala Lumpur region, and a savvy political will to upgrade ports and rail and invest in hi-tech capabilities has made the country a magnet for large volumes of foreign investment, including from China. Strategically well placed in Southeast Asia with both west and east coasts, its proximity to the regional hub of Singapore also makes Malaysia an attractive base. In terms of trade, the top five exports from Malaysia are refined petroleum Malaysia has been active in signing Double Tax Treaties and has signed off numerous agreements with many countries, including Chinaas well as several EU countries and the United States. It also has a Free Trade Agreement with India. Generally, any person or foreigner can set up and operate a business in Malaysia.
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