Bersih has been an instrumental platform in galvanising civil society and the public to rally for electoral reform.
BFM reflects on the past five years of Bersih since the 2018 general election, with the coalition’s former chair, Thomas Fann, who resigned in November despite being re-elected to the role.
Why did he step down and what does he make of the reform agenda of the “Madani” (civil and compassionate) government?
Produced and presented by: Shazana Mokhtar
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