The latest call for reform met with tear-gas and water
cannons

Malaysia has just seen its biggest protest for almost a decade, with tens of thousands marching to demand electoral reform.

Their call was met with tear-gas and water cannons.

So is there a need for fundamental change in the south-east Asian country or did the demonstrators get what they deserve?

We talk to leading government figures and one of the nation's top human rights activists.

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This episode of 101 East aired on Thursday November 15, 2007


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