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Terengganu (Malaysia)

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    • Trengganu (Malaysia)
    • Tringganu (Malaysia)
    • Terengganu Darul Iman
    • Terengganu (Sultanate)
    • Kesultanan Terengganu
    • Kesultanan Melayu Terengganu
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    • found: Dirgahayu tuanku, 2009:t.p. (Kesultanan Terengganu) p. 39 (Kerajaan Terengganu; Kesultanan Melayu Terengganu; f. in 1708)
    • found: Web. geog.(Terengganu, also Trengganu. A state of Malaysia, Malay Penin.; became British dependency 1909 as one of Unfederated Malay States; under Japanese control 1941-45 during WWII; became part of independent Federation of Malaya 1957; became a state of Malaysia 1963)
    • found: Political Handbook of the World 2013, July 25, 2014(Malaysia: The constitution of Malaysia is based a federal system of government under an elective constitutional monarchy. The administration of the 13 states is carried out by rulers or governors acting on the advice of State Executive Councils. Each state has its own constitution and a unicameral State Assembly that shares legislative powers with the federal Parliament. The supreme head of the federation and the deputy paramount ruler are chosen for five-year terms by and from among the nine hereditary rulers of the Malay states, who, along with the heads of state of Malacca, Penang, Sabah, and Sarawak, constitute the Conference of Rulers. In 1993, with the reluctant agreement of the rulers, constitutional amendments were enacted that curbed royal legal immunities; a further restriction in 1994 ended the paramount ruler's authority to block legislation) -
    • found: Wikipedia, July 25, 2014(Terengganu (formerly spelled Trengganu or Tringganu) is a sultanate and constitutive state of federal Malaysia. The state is also known by its Arabic honorific, Darul Iman ("Abode of Faith"). The Sultan is the constitutional Ruler of the state of Terengganu. The State Constitution proclaims that the Sultan is "the Ruler and fountain head of all authority of government in the State and Territory of Terengganu", the Head of the Religion of Islam in the state and the source of all titles, honours and dignities in the state. He is also vested with the Executive Power of the State. The hereditary Sultan of Terengganu since 1998 has been Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin)
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    • 2014-07-25: new
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