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CHILD ACT No. 611, 2001

Government of Malaysia Country Resources Child Rights Legislation Malaysia 17 October 2001 Policy document

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Child Act 2001 is a Malaysian law consolidated Juvenile Courts Act 1947, Women and Girls Protection Act 1973, and the Child Protection Act 1991. The Act provides protection for a child offender, especially with regards to the privacy of the child.


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