A lot happened over the past few months in the lead up to Mahiaddin Yasin’s resignation as Prime Minister, among them the black flag and #Lawan movement and protests.
This is not to imply Mahiaddin resigned because over a thousand young Malaysians took to the streets or many more demanded he quit on social media, but it certainly piled on the pressure.
Qyira Yusri of Undi18 and Sharan Raj of Parti Sosialis Malaysia join BFM to share their thoughts.
Produced and presented by: Dashran Yohan
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