The chief minister says the setting up of a local education ministry is part of efforts to realise the spirit of MA63.
The Sabah opposition leader has proposed a new agreement to replace the Malaysia Agreement 1963.
The move comes at a time authorities have ratcheted up pressure on young democracy activists and denounced any pro-independence action as an illegal challenge to Communist Party rulers in Beijing.
Scotland has in the past considered secession from the UK.
Arnaldo Otegi reiterated his support for the Basque Country's independence from Spain.
The United Nations Human Rights Committee has publicly backed Jordi Sànchez's right to run for office.
The request comes after protests by independence supporters at the weekend in Berlin and Catalonia calling for Puigdemont's immediate release.
The demonstrations were held as a show of support for the arrested former Catalan president Carles Puigdemont.
The Mobile World Congress, currently taking place in Barcelona, has been overshadowed by the ongoing issue of Catalan secession.
Although many in Corsica support secession from France, French President Emmanuel Macron has stressed that he will do all he can to prevent it from happening.
Catalonia's quest for independence continues to pit it against the Spanish government and judiciary.
Catalonia's parliament will meet without Carles Puigdemont, who is in self-imposed exile in Belgium.
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy also denied the idea of Carles Puigdemont leading Catalonia from exile, should he be elected president of Catalonia.
We will make amends if we have acted in violation of the agreement and rights of the people, says the prime minister.
Sabahans want fair treatment based on Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63), and hope Putrajaya will 'walk the talk', says head of KK Chinese Chamber of Commerce.
Chief Minister explains that push for greater autonomy has nothing to do with secession.