Could you clarify the source of these 18/20 points? Anyway, the whole thing was screwed up by the British, who owned more swak and Malaya less. They had the so-called Malay sultans and local leaders under their thumbs. However, it is not illegitimate or illegal for this stupid document to be challenged again at the United Nations, where it should have been approved. If you look at point 7, how is there no right to secession? No fcuking land is the property of all sobs! Check out the UN Declaration of Human Rights! While u agree on other issue points to the point 7.La source is Google ency. Some of these points have been included in the Malaysian Constitution, while the rest of Sarawak`s 18 points is described as follows: the agreements contained in the proclamation of Malaysia and in the cobbold Commission reports have defined the conditions and rights that should protect the autonomy and special interest of the people of Sabah and Sarawak, including protecting the rights of these regions to religion, language, education, administration, economy and culture. The 18-point agreement or the 18-point memorandum was an 18-point list drawn up by Sarawak, which proposed conditions for the formation of Malaysia during the negotiations leading up to the creation of the new Federation in 1963. He stressed that history showed that Sarawak should form Malaysia with other states because of the influence and threats of communism. A commission of inquiry headed by Lord Cameron Cobbold and the Lansdowne Committee, an intergovernmental committee, have been appointed to assist in the development of the Malaysian agreement. Lord Lansdowne served for Great Britain and Tun Abdul Razak, Deputy Prime Minister of the Federation of Malaya, for Malaya.  The 18 points were based on the Nine Cardinal Principles of the domination of english Rajah.
  A similar memorandum, called a 20-point agreement, was developed and presented by Borneo North. The 18-point agreement often serves as a focal point for those who claim that Sarawak`s rights within the Federation have been eroded over time, such as Sabah. On 22 July 1963, the Governor of Sarawak, Sir Alexander Waddell, proclaimed the formation of the first Supreme Council, with the appointment of Stephen Kalong Ningkan, Chairman of the Sarawak National Party (SNAP), Prime Minister of Sarawak.