THE END OF HOSTILITIES FROM THE COMMUNIST PARTY OF MALAYA
Pakej : FIFTH MALAYSIA PLAN
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On December 2, 1982, Malaysia, Thailand and the Communist Party of Malaya or CPM signed a peace accord at Lee Garden Hotel in Haatyai, South Thailand, thereby bringing an end to hostilities from the Communist Party of Malaya. Peace Agreement was concluded between representatives from three parties, namely Malaysia, Thailand and the Communist Party of Malaya. The accord raised four main points, namely the termination of hostilities by the Communist Party, disbandment of all their armed units, rehabilitation of ex-communist members in Thailand and provision of assistance from Malaysia. The Communist Party agreed to lay down their arms and destroy their weapons, pledge their loyalty to DYMM Seri Paduka Baginda Yang di Pertuan Agong, honour the Constitution and obey the laws of Malaysia. The signing of the accord also emphasised friendship and close ties between Malaysia and Thailand, thus giving the ex-communists opportunities to lead a normal civilian life. The three signatories were unanimous in their hopes for the country’s peace, prosperity and stability, particularly along the borders of the two countries. The agreement also showcased the efforts by Malaysia to ensure peace and stability in the region.
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