Merdeka 64: reflections on Malaysian resilience and political reforms

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The political turmoil of the past few years have left many feeling cynical about the state of Malaysian democracy.

But there are reasons to stay hopeful for the future of the country.

BFM speaks with Dato’ Malik Imtiaz, Constitutional Lawyer, Dr. Bridget Welsh, Honorary Research Associate, Asia Research Institute, University of Nottingham-Malaysia, to discuss the narratives that have emerged from the pandemic and political crisis, the rise of the youth vanguard as well as the reforms needed for a better Malaysia.

Produced by: Sim Wie Boon
Presented by: Shazana Mokhtar

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