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Can Maria Chin live up to Ambiga's standard?

Koh Jun Lin

Published
Modified 14 Jan 2014, 10:20 am

INTERVIEW When Maria Chin Abdullah took over Bersih’s helm, questions emerged as to whether she can live up to the bar set by her influential predecessors Ambiga Sreenevasan and A Samad Said.

However, Maria appears to be unmoved by these concerns, stressing that what is important for any people’s movement is its activities, not the personalities behind it.

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