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  • Jaclyn Neo

Malay Nationalism, Islamic Supremacy and the Constitutional Bargain in the Multi-ethnic Composition

International Journal on Minority and Group Rights (2006) 13, pp 95–118


This article examines the legal and political developments fuelled by Malay

nationalism (Ketuanan Melayu) and demands for Islamic supremacy, which has

caused inter-ethnic distrust in Malaysia. I argue that Malay nationalism and demands for religious supremacy constitutes a betrayal of the constitutional bargain and threatens the rights of minority communities.


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