We live in politically turbulent times. And over the past few months, there has been plenty of talk about the “death of Reformasi.” But what exactly is the Reformasi movement? BFM speaks to Bridget Welsh, honorary research associate with the University of Nottingham Asia Research Institute, on what reformasi actually means, if the survival of the movement is tied to political parties or is it something else entirely?
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