In Malaysia, an opposition-run state government is preparing for a court battle against the federal government over more than a billion dollars in oil royalties.
The east-coast state of Kelantan is run by the Islamic party Pas.
State officials say the federal government owes Kelantan the money under agreements made – but not honoured – by state-owned oil company Petronas as well as the federal government.
Al Jazeera's Veronica Pedrosa reports from the state capital, Kota Baru.
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