BFM 89.9

Podcast  >  Morning Run  >  The Breakfast Grille  >  From War To Sport: Can The MOU Change Malaysian Politics?

From War To Sport: Can The MOU Change Malaysian Politics?

YB Wong Chen, MP for Subang | Dr Wong Chin Huat, Professor, Jeffrey Sachs Centre on Sustainable Development

25-Mar-22 08:00

Brought to you by

From War To Sport: Can The MOU Change Malaysian Politics?

The tabling of an anti-hopping law during the first session of Parliament in 2022 was one of the key conditions of the MOU between the Federal Government and Pakatan Harapan. Now that the tabling of the bill has been postponed, how does this affect the historic but uneasy truce between two sides of the political divide? We discuss what's holding up progress on the anti-hopping bill and whether Malaysia is ready for new coalition politics with our panel of guests. Image credit:

Produced by: Shazana Mokhtar

Presented by: Shazana Mokhtar

Download the BFM mobile app. Stay at home and stay up-to-date.

Tags:  anti-hopping billmouanti-hopping lawmemorandum of understandingpkrpakatan harapancoalitionGovernment/Regulatory/Policy MakingPolitics, News, Current Affairspoliticssocial issues

Share this podcast

Play / Pause

Listen now : BBC World Service

Today’s Shows

10:00 AM

BBC World Service

11:00 AM

A Bit of Culture (REPEAT)

Ahead of Their Time; Kam Raslan | Matt Armitage | Ahmad Yazid

12:00 PM


Semiotics and Structuralism in Architectural Design; Alice Sabrina Ismail, Director of Architecture, Faculty of Built Environment & Surveying, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia

1:00 PM

Best of Enterprise (REPEAT)

Harvest Your Own; Emil Jihad, Co-creator, Fresh Growcer

1:30 PM

Raise Your Game (REPEAT)

Epic Starts With The First Step; Zander Sprague, Author

2:00 PM

Popcorn Culture (REPEAT)

Review - Hustle

2:30 PM

Popcorn Culture (REPEAT)

Review - Spiderhead

3:00 PM


Summer Game Festival 2022; Jonathan Leo, Content Director,

4:00 PM

Pick Of The Pops

Epi450: Hits From The 60s to 80s

6:00 PM

Wavelength (REPEAT)

Ep295 - Johnson