Mahiaddin Yasin’s resignation has sparked conversations from different stakeholders about what the next government needs to prioritise.
First, BFM discusses with Bersih 2.0 chairman Thomas Fann its proposal for multi-partisanship to ensure political stability. Then, it speaks to Jean Vaneisha of Challenger Malaysia for a perspective from a youth group representative. And finally, it speaks to David Gurupatham, co-founder of Industries Unite, about how businesses have been affected.
Produced by: Loo Juosie, Adeline Choong, Tasha Fusil and Azlyna Mohd Noor
Presented by: Sharmilla Ganesan and Lee Chwi Lynn
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