Anwar Ibrahim wants free elections
Veteran Malaysian opposition politician Anwar Ibrahim was acquitted of sodomy charges after a case lasting two years.
Mr Anwar, a former deputy prime minister, said the charges were fabricated to discredit him.
Speaking to Impact from Mumbai - in his first BBC TV interview since his acquittal - he tells of his aspirations and hopes for change in the country.
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12 Jan 2012
- From the section Asia