ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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MAHARASHTRA-Beedi Workers of Sinnar

 The Razak talks in Peking have thus covered a wide field. They have, however, left a few questions unanswered. Malaysia has the largest number of overseas Chinese. Apparently some 220,000 stateless Chinese reside in Malaysia. The principle of dual nationality was rejected as obsolete and no clear guidelines have emerged on how the citizenship problems of these people are to be solved. The problem is likely to be trickier than expected. An earlier attempt at resolving the citizenship problem of the overseas Chinese in Indonesia in the early sixties did not yield very smooth results.

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