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Just clean up the page, hope you guys are ok..., can anyone help me to center the flag image? Cant seem to make it right
--Bukhrin 15:29, 1 October 2006 (UTC)
- Yes of course. Although Malay is the official and national language in Malaysia, English is also used too! - Aiman Ab Majid 1 October 2006
New Federal Territory flag
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Federal Territory Ministry
The fact in dispute is the establishment of the ministry. This ministry (in one form or another) was firts created in 1878 after the creation of Kuala Lumpur as Federal Territory. Long during the Mahathir's administration, the ministry was dissolved and its reponsibilities was transfered to other ministries mostly to the Prime Minister's Office. In 2004, Abdullah 're-created this ministry by appointing (from my POV) an ally to this post. The notion that this ally is the first minister is therefore disputed. --Tikar aurum (talk) 20:03, 3 July 2008 (UTC)
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3 FTs or 1 FT?
Hi, I just wish to ask, do we have 3 Federal Territories, or 1 Federal Territory comprising 3 cities?
I tend to believe the latter is correct, but most people take it as 3 separate Federal Territories.
The way we say it, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Labuan, Federal Territory of Putrajaya, reinforces the assumption that the former is right.
If there is just 1 FT with 3 cities, our addresses should say Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory, just like we have Kota Bharu (district), Kelantan (state). — Preceding unsigned comment added by Gabriellim8817 (talk • contribs) 17:26, 22 September 2019 (UTC)