What can we do to strengthen the pillars of democracy in Malaysia

We need parliamentary reforms to boost democracy in Malaysia


BFM reflects on some of the lessons we’ve learned in 2020 in politics and discusses the reforms required to strengthen democracy in the country, with Thomas Fann, chairperson of Bersih 2.0.

Produced and presented by Dashran Yohan

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loyal malaysian
loyal malaysian
6 Jan 2021 5.00pm

Thomas Fann’s opinions and suggestions will really strengthen our nation’s democratic institutions.

The big stumbling block is that this govt.was formed by the undermining of democratic ideals. So, it is unlikely the reforms suggested will see the light of day.