As public pressure continues to build for Parliament to reconvene, the government has finally agreed in principle to hold hybrid sessions, where MPs may take part in debates physically or virtually.
BFM discusses with James Chai, head of communications at Invoke Solutions; political scientist Prof Wong Chin Huat; and Prof Patrick Diamond, professor of public policy at Queen Mary University of London, what this arrangement might look like.
They then look at the UK Parliament’s implementation of a hybrid approach before discussing the wider impact of this on political stability.
Produced by: Tasha Fusil, Adeline Choong, Loo Juosie and Azlyna Mohd Noor Presented by: Lee Chwi Lynn and Sharmilla Ganesan
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