Bersih demands reforms – Is the government listening?

Bersih held its first meeting with a serving prime minister when the team met Anwar Ibrahim on 28 February 2024 - ANWAR IBRAHIM/FACEBOOK

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Last Saturday, the Coalition for Clean and Free Elections (Bersih) held their annual congress.

Nineteen motions were approved in line with the causes they champion.

BFM discusses Bersih’s assessment of the government’s progress in institutional reforms with the coalition’s chairman, Faisal Aziz.

Presented by: Shazana Mokhtar and Wong Shou Ning
Produced by: Tun Hizami Hashim, BFM

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