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Improving Malaysia's World Press Freedom Index Standing & Politics

Teo Nie Ching, Deputy Minister, Communications and Digital

11-May-23 08:00

Improving Malaysia's World Press Freedom Index Standing & Politics

Deputy Communications & Digital Minister Teo Nie Ching sits down to discuss what the government plans to do to take even further, Malaysia's 40-rung jump in Reporters Sans Frontières' 2023 World Press Freedom Index.

She prioritises what changes need to happen to the Communications & Multimedia Act 1998 which was enacted before Twitter, Facebook and TikTok were even conceived.

With 6 state elections happening soon, what is it like for once-sworn-enemies, DAP and Umno, to be working together?

Produced by: Moh Heng Ying

Presented by: Keith Kam

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Categories:  governmentpolitics

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