Electoral reform – what’s stopping them?

What’s happened to the Undi18​ game-changer that promised to reshape politics for the benefit of future generations? Astro Awani’s Sharaad Kuttan and Melisa Idris speak to panel members about these stalled reforms.

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loyal malaysian
loyal malaysian
20 Apr 2021 8.36am

Again, an apology to the panelists for shooting from the hip.
As events pan out, it is obvious why the pengkhianat nasional[also EC] is stopping electoral reforms.
I stand to be corrected but is it not obvious the PN govt. is afraid the UNdi18 will sweep them from power?