Given Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim’s reformist credentials, there are high hopes that his cabinet will deliver many of the long-awaited changes in political and institutional governance that can strengthen Malaysian democracy.
The CSO Platform for Reform, a coalition of 60 civil society organisations in Malaysia, released its 100-day report card this week, assessing Anwar’s performance in the first three months.
BFM talks to Jerald Joseph, chair of the CSO Platform, about the highlights and lowlights in reforms.
Produced by: Shazana Mokhtar
Presented by: Shazana Mokhtar and Keith Kam
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