Malaysian Education System Producing Unemployable Graduates.

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Due to the three ways of obtaining a citizenship status, it is possible for a person to have dual or multiple citizenship. A legal citizenship in Malaysia can be constituted by the place of birth which means a person born in Malaysia would automatically possess a Malaysian citizenship under certain conditions governing the Malaysian citizenship...
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These conditions include a person born in Malaysia on or after Independence Day ( 31 August 1957 ) and before October 1962, a person who is a citizen of Malaysia before Independence Day by virtue of the provisions of the Federation of Malaya Agreement, 1948, and a person born within Malaysia who is not born a citizen of another country(National Registration Department 2007)...
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