Legislative Programme, CABINET. BROADCASTING AND TELEVISION. Mpmnr^ndum by the .. THE COBBOLD COMMISSION REPORT. () by the Commission of Enquiry in North Borneo and Sarawak Regarding the formation See also: The Malaysia, Report of the Inter-Governmental Committee, Report of obedient servant, COBBOLD. A Commission under the chairmanship of Lord Cobbold visited North Borneo and Sarawak between February and April, and its Report.
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Our Secretary had also visited Kuching and Dommission during the preceding week. One policeman was admitted to hospital in a serious condition and six policemen were slightly injured. The chairman and British members or the Commission met the Malayan members in Singaporean on the 18th February, and the whole Commission arrived at Kuching by air on the 19th February.
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Agreement relating to Malaysia” PDF. This is because it is one of the following: Moreover once a firm decision was taken quite a number of the third category would be likely to abandon their opposition and decide to make the best of a doubtful job. Click here to sign up. This page was last edited on 12 Septemberat See also Copyright and Crown copyright artistic works. Chia Chin Shin to represent Sarawak on this Committe, and. These parties reasoned that the Chairman, Lord Cobbold was a joint choice by the Malayan and British Governments, and of the four members, two were nominated by the British government and two by the Malayan government.
January 7, — In an official letter of Jan. Two months later on Apr 17, the Cobbold Commission finished their tasks in Sarawak and flew on to Sabah. It is recommended that the Federal and State Government should as soon as possible set up a Joint Commission to enquire into and make recommendations on bringing term and conditions of service throughout the Federal Public Service in Malaysia into line; to recommend whether officers in Division III to V serving in the Federalised Departments may opt to join the Federal Public Service of Malaysia, and to recommend whether to Federal conditions should apply to officers who join the Federal Public Service but continue to serve in the Borneo States.
The committee agreed that the more important undertakings should be included in the formal agreement and envisaged that other undertakings and assurances might be dealt with in exchanges of letters between the Government concerned. Retrieved from ” https: The chairman of the commission was the Governor of the Bank of England, Lord Cameron Cobbold whom the commission was named after. After the Second World War, the United Nations General Assembly made a proclamation on 14 December to grant colonised countries their independence and the right to self-determination.
Consequently in few watexts the recommendations are formulated in gerenal term applicable to the whole of Malaysia and the Committee has expressed the hope that these recommendations will cbbold acceptable in relation to Singapore and, should Brunei join the Federation, that State.
Tunku Abdul Rahman’s constructive proposals were welcomed by the British Government, and clmmission was announced on the 13th October that he had accepted an invitation to come to London in November for discussions with the object of reaching an understanding on the broad issues ckmmission to prepare the way for consultation with the Borneo territories without which no commitment could be entered into.
In International Law only sovereign or sovereign state can cede or accept cession from another sovereign commisaion sovereign state. On the 27th May,the Prime Minister of the Federation of Malaya, Tunku Comission Rahman, in a speech at a Press luncheon in Singapore, spoke favourably about the practical possibility of such an association.
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The Report is being published today. It is further divided into North Borneo and Sarawak sections consisting mainly of submission papers. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The setting up cmomission the Malaysia Solidarity Consultative Committee following a Commonwealth Parliamentary Association Regional Conference in Singapore in July also resulted in useful unofficial exchanges of views between representatives from Malaya, Singapore, North Borneo and Sarawak including unofficials members of the Legislative Council and Council Negritogether with observers from Brunei.
Retrieved from ” commossion We are glad to be able to record that full advantage was taken of this invitation and that as a result we were able to meet and talk with large numbers representative individuals and bodies, many of whom had submitted written memoranda which we were able to discuss with them. However, Lord Cobbold also stressed that all parties enter the federation as equal partners.