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#MasaKita: Youth speak out on Parliament

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In response to the ruckus that was seen in the Parliament sitting on 13 July, the #MasaKita movement took off on social media, demanding that it is time for the youth to take over. BFM speaks to Amira Aisya, an activist with Challenger Malaysia, for her thoughts.

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