Sultan Of Brunei & His 5,000 Car Collection

Sultan Of Brunei & His 5,000 Car Collection

After independence in 1984, this Service was upgraded to ministerial level and is now known as the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Brunei is a southeast Asian country consisting of two unconnected components with a total area of 5,765 square kilometres on the island of Borneo. It has 161 kilometres of coastline next to the South China Sea, and it shares a 381 km border with Malaysia. It has 500 square kilometres of territorial waters, and a 200-nautical-mile (370 km; 230 mi) unique financial zone. On 7 January 1979, another treaty was signed between Brunei and the United Kingdom.
Brunei shares a detailed relationship with Singapore and the Philippines. As an Islamic country, Brunei turned a full member of the Organisation of the Islamic Conference in January 1984 at the Fourth Islamic Summit held in Morocco. Until 1979, Brunei's international relations were managed by the UK authorities. After that, they have been handled by the Brunei Diplomatic Service. Before 1941, the Governor of the Straits Settlements, based mostly in Singapore, was liable for the duties of British High Commissioner for Brunei, Sarawak, and North Borneo . The first British High Commissioner for Brunei was the Governor of Sarawak, Sir Charles Ardon Clarke. The Barisan Pemuda ("Youth Movement") was the first political party to be formed in Brunei, on 12 April 1946. The get together intended to "protect the sovereignty of the Sultan and the country, and to defend the rights of the Malays".
BARIP also contributed to the composition of the country's nationwide anthem. After World War II, a new authorities was shaped in Brunei under the British Military Administration . The administration of Brunei was passed to the Civil Administration on 6 July 1945. The BMA was tasked to revive the Bruneian economic system, which was extensively damaged by the Japanese during their occupation.
It was signed with Lord Goronwy-Roberts being the consultant of the UK. This agreement granted Brunei to take over worldwide duties as an independent nation. In May 1983, it was announced by the UK that the date of independence of Brunei can be 1 January 1984. The official National Day, which celebrates the nation's independence, is held by custom on 23 February.
By legislation, sexual intercourse with a female underneath 14 years of age constitutes rape and is punishable by imprisonment for not less than eight years and not more than 30 years and never less than 12 strokes of the cane. The intent of the legislation is to protect girls from exploitation by way of prostitution and "different immoral functions", together with pornography.



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