30. Robert is a Canadian citizen. He married a Malaysian woman. Robert can apply to become a Malaysian citizen through the following means, namely A. Incorporation of territory B. Registration C. Force of law D. Naturalisation 31. The following are the main races in Sarawak EXCEPT A. Iban B. Punjabi C. Bidayuh D. Melanau 32. Following the racial riots of 13 May 1969, a state of Emergency was officially declared on 16 May 1969 by A. Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj B. The National Movement Council C. DYMM Yang di-Pertuan Agong D. The National Advisory Council 33. The head of state for the states of Melaka, Penang, Sabah and Sarawak is the A. Sultan B. Chief Minister C. State Governor D. Yang di-Pertuan Agong 34. Following the first Rukun Negara can be symbolised as ‘a net that can impede someone from being swept away aimlessly so much so that one can fall into the traps of ill-doings’ A. Belief in God B. Courtesy and Morality C. Upholding the Constitution D. Loyalty to King and Country 35. The following factors were taken into account in the poverty eradication programme under the implementation of the New Economy Policy (NEP) EXCEPT A. Individual laziness B. Dependence on middlemen C. Natural disasters D. Traditional economic system 36. The Federation of Malaysia, which consisted of the Federation of Malaya, Sabah, Sarawak, and Singapore, was formed on A. 13 May 1963 B. 13 September 1963 C. 16 August 1963 D. 16 September 1963 37. Who has the authority to dissolve Parliament? A. Chief Minister B. Prime Minister C. The Yang di-Pertuan Agong D. Speaker of the House of Representatives 38. The Federal Government of Malaysia practises the system of A. autocratic democracy B. monarchical democracy C. constitutional democracy D. parliamentary democracy 39. An individual, hitherto a citizen of Malaysia, may be deprived of his or her citizenship for the following reason. A. He or she criticises the policies of the government B. He or she obtains a visa to work in another country C. He or she has been declared a bankrupt D. He or she has been domiciled in a foreign country for more than five years continuously without registering himself at the Federal Consulate Office.