Stay Home & Watch: Pilihanraya Umum Ke-12: Demokerasi Atau Rebutan Kerusi
Abror Rivai, Film Director | Faisal Mustaffa, Secretariat, Bersih Coalition
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It's another episode of our ongoing series, Stay Home and Watch, where we revisit past films from the Freedom Film Festival's vaults, which tackled various human rights issues, here in malaysia. Today, we look back at the 2008 film, Pilihanraya Umum Ke-12: Demokerasi Atau Rebutan Kerusi, which highlighted some of the main issues and controversies surrounding the 2008 Malaysian general elections, which included the cancellation of the usage of indelible ink at the last minute. Joining us for this look back at our history are Abror Rivai, the director of the film, and Faisal Mustaffa, who was part of the secretariat of the Bersih Coalition.
Image credit: Freedom Film Network, Pusat Komas/Youtube
Produced by: Juliet Jacobs
Presented by: Juliet Jacobs
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Categories: politics, government, controversies, film
Tags: PRU12, indelible ink, Bersih Coalition, clean elections, Abror Rivai, Elections Commission Malaysia, general elections, freedom film festival,