Malaysian Family concept rings hollow


Josh Hong

The inequality in nationality laws may not pose much of a challenge to those who are wealthy, but it could result in severe financial burden on the less well-off families, considering that they would have to set aside substantial funds for their children’s healthcare and education. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, September 27, 2021.

IN June 2019, I came to know of a case in which a Malaysian woman had legally married a Chinese national in London. The only problem being that her husband happened to be a political dissident seeking asylum with the British Home Office.

After giving birth, she took the trouble to enquire with the Malaysian High Commission in London as to whether she could register her newborn so she could one day acquire Malaysian citizenship.


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  • The law is clear. The Constitution is clear. The problem is everyone wants to be a Malaysian. Millions of Chinese nationals, Bangla,India,Of course,myanmar. 200,000 roaming the streets already. We just cannot simply accept the son of a Communist China just by declaring China as an evil empire. It is not the Malays responsiblity to take care of a recalcitrant communist. So you are wrong. We must protect he constitution to prevent being taken advantage or tong sampah of the world.

    Posted 2 months ago by Rizal filip