The Malaysian government and the Global Tiger Forum recently hosted the 4th Asia Ministerial Conference on Tiger Conservation (GTF). A meeting is a crucial gathering for monitoring progress toward the Global Tiger Recovery Programme and tiger conservation obligations.
Except for the parliamentary branch, which is headquartered in Kuala Lumpur,
the Malaysian government, formally known as the
Federal Government of Malaysia
, is based in the Federal Territory of Putrajaya. Malaysia is a federation of 11 Peninsular
states, Sabah, Sarawak, and three Federal Territories that operates under a constitutional monarchy based on the Westminster system
and is classified as a representative democracy. Malaysia's
government follows and is formed by the Federal Constitution of Malaysia
, the ultimate law of the
Article 127 of Malaysia's Federal Constitution
establishes the concept of separation of powers for the
, which consists of three branches: executive, legislative, and judiciary. Malaysian state governments have their executive and legislative bodies. Malaysia's
system is a federalized court system that operates consistently throughout the country.