A viral video showed Wan Fayhsal offering support letters in exchange for votes in the Bersatu party elections. This week, he won the Amada chief position and defended his statements. BFM speaks to Cynthia Gabriel, a human rights advocate with the Centre to Combat Corruption and Cronyism (C4), about the ethics surrounding support letters.
Produced by Tasha Fusil
Presented by Kelvin Yee and Hezril Asyraaf
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