Which electoral reforms should be implemented before the next general election?

Photograph: Benedict Lopez

The government has introduced a special cabinet committee that will study recommendations put forward by the Electoral Reform Committee back in August. BFM speaks to Sunway University political scientist Wong Chin Huat about whether or not this means reforms may be implemented before the next general election.

Produced by Arleen Webber and Shazana Mokhtar

Presented by Lyn Mak and Roshan Kanesan

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