Members of Parliament (Remuneration) Act 1980

The Members of Parliament (Remuneration) Act 1980 (Malay: Akta Ahli Parlimen (Saraan) 1980), is a Malaysian law which was enacted to provide for the remuneration of Members of Parliament and for other matters incidental thereto or connected therewith.

Members of Parliament (Remuneration) Act 1980
Parliament of Malaysia
CitationAct 237
Territorial extentThroughout Malaysia
Enacted byDewan Rakyat
Passed18 June 1980
Enacted byDewan Negara
Passed24 June 1980
Royal assent31 July 1980
Commenced7 August 1980
Effective1 July 1980
Legislative history
Bill introduced in the Dewan RakyatMembers of Parliament (Remuneration) Bill 1980
Introduced byHussein Onn, Prime Minister
First reading10 June 1980
Second reading18 June 1980
Third reading18 June 1980
Bill introduced in the Dewan NegaraMembers of Parliament (Remuneration) Bill 1980
Introduced byTengku Razaleigh Hamzah, Minister of Finance
First reading23 June 1980
Second reading23 June 1980
Third reading24 June 1980
Amended by
Members of Parliament (Remuneration) (Amendment) Act 1981 [Act A504]
Members of Parliament (Modification of Pensions and Gratuities) Order 1981 [P.U. (A) 188/1981]
Members of Parliament (Remuneration) (Amendment of First Schedule) Order 1981 [P.U. (A) 216/1981]
Members of Parliament 29-06-1984 (Remuneration) (Amendment) Act 1984 [Act A594]
Members of Parliament (Remuneration) (Amendment of First Schedule) Order 1984 [P.U. (A) 342/1984]
Members of Parliament (Remuneration) (Amendment of First Schedule) Order 1990 [P.U. (A) 159/1990]
Members of Parliament (Remuneration) (Amendment) Act 1992 [Act A819]
Members of Parliament (Remuneration) (Amendment) (No. 2) Act 1992 [Act A821]
Members of Parliament (Remuneration) (Amendment of First Schedule) Order 1996 [P.U. (A) 128/1996]
Members of Parliament (Remuneration) (Amendment) Act 1997 [Act A984]
Members of Parliament (Remuneration) (Amendment) Act 1997 [Act A1003]
Members of Parliament (Remuneration) (Amendment of First Schedule) Order 2000 [P.U. (A) 410/2000]
Members of Parliament (Remuneration) (Amendment) Act 2001 [Act A1097]
Members of Parliament (Remuneration) (Amendment) (No.2) Act 2001 [Act A1133]
Members of Parliament (Remuneration) (Amendment) Act 2002 [Act A1173]
Members of Parliament (Remuneration) (Amendment of First Schedule) Order 2003 [P.U. (A) 150/2003]
Members of Parliament (Remuneration) (Amendment of First Sehedule) (No. 2) Order 2003 [P.U. (A) 159/2003]
Members of Parliament (Remuneration) (Amendment of First Schedule) (No. 3) Order 2003 [P.U. (A) 236/2003]
Members of Parliament (Remuneration) (Amendment) Act 2005 [Act A1244]
Related legislation
Ministers (Remuneration) Ordinance 1957 [Ord. 63 of 1957]
President of the Senate (Remuneration) Act 1960 [Act 2 of 1960]
Parliament (Members’ Remuneration) Act 1960 [Act 4 of 1960]
Deputy Ministers Act 1960 [Act 5 of 1960]
Speaker (Remuneration) Act 1960 [Act 7 of 1960]
Parliamentary Secretaries (Remuneration) Act 1965 [Act 32 of 1965]
Members of the Administration and Members of Parliament (Pensions and Gratuities) Act 1971 [Act 23]
Keywords
Member of Parliament, remuneration
Status: In force

Structure

The Members of Parliament (Remuneration) Act 1980, in its current form (1 January 2006), consists of only 14 sections and 2 schedules (including 19 amendments), without separate Parts.

  • Section 1: Short title
  • Section 2: Interpretation
  • Section 3: Remuneration of Members of Parliament
  • Section 4: Remuneration of President of Senate, Speaker, etc.
  • Section 5: Other allowances and privileges for persons under sections 3 and 4
  • Section 6: Remuneration of Members of the Administration
  • Section 7: Commencement of salaries and allowances
  • Section 8: Pensions and gratuities
  • Section 9: Accident benefits
  • Section 10: Reduction of allowances by Parliament
  • Section 11: Provision against duplicate salaries
  • Section 12: Moneys to be provided or charged
  • Section 13: Repeal and savings
  • Section 14: Repeal
  • Schedules

References

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