Agreement relating to Malaysia between United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Federation of Malaya, North Borneo, Sarawak and Singapore/Annex K

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The legislative power in respect of broadcasting and television shall be Federal. However, the Singapore Government shall be responsible for administration and day to day programmes within Singapore. The Federation shall delegate to Singapore such powers, legislative or executive, as are needed to enable the Singapore Government to carry out its responsibilities for administration and day to day programmes and shall make available to Singapore radio frequencies and channels for the transmission of radio and television programmes.

The Federal Government shall have the right to issue to the Singapore Government any directions necessary to ensure the implementation of the overall policy of the Federal Government. Any overall policy of the Federal Government shall be applied throughout the Federation unless in the opinion of the Federal Government it would be contrary to the national interest

In accordance with items 3 and 6 of Part III of the Tenth Schedule to the Federal Constitution all licence and advertising fees from broadcasting and television in Singapore shall be State revenue.

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