Roundtable: Could There Be A Religious Diversity In Illiberal Democracies?
Date: Sunday, 24th January 2016
Time: 11AM – 130PM
Venue: Conference Room, The University of Nottingham, Level 2 Chulan Tower, Jalan Conlay, Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia, with her long, complex and sometimes overlapping history with other regions, has always been a host for diverse multi-ethnic and religious communities.
Even to its modern day, Malaysia retains the uniqueness of its diverse composition within the society. And as a nation, we seemed to celebrate democracy as the mechanism to govern our diverse society although the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) placed Malaysia as a flawed democracy.
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