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Practice Relating to Rule 154. Obedience to Superior Orders
Malaysia’s Armed Forces Act (1972) provides:
Every person subject to service law under this Act who in such manner as to show wilful defiance of authority disobeys any lawful command of his superior officer shall on conviction by court-martial be liable [to punishment].
Every person subject to service law under this Act who, whether wilfully or through neglect, disobeys any lawful command of his superior officer shall on conviction by court-martial be liable [to punishment]. 
Malaysia, Armed Forces Act, 1972, Section 50.
However, in a footnote related to the foregoing provision, the Act states with respect to “lawful command”: “The command must not be contrary to Malaysian or international law … If a command is manifestly illegal the person to whom it is given would be justified in questioning and even refusing to execute it.” 
Malaysia, Armed Forces Act, 1972, Section 50, footnote 4.