Some 129 countries have a right to information law – but what does the right to information really mean? The Centre for Independent Journalism, Malaysia has been advocating for a Malaysian right to information law for the past 16 years. BFM discusses how this law would look like and its practical benefits with CIJ Malaysia co-director, Sonia Randhawa.
Produced by and presented by Shazana Mokhtar
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