Julian Assange addresses the pioneer of the Malaysian restriction – Anwar Ibrahim. As a rising inward opponent to the previous PM Mahathir, Anwar was detained for a long time in the wake of being spread with sex claims.
As a consequence of a prevalent battle in 2004, his conviction was overturned and he was discharged from jail.
In 2008, he was again targeted for sex crimes charges, he won the case not long ago. With Malaysian decisions approaching with Anwar tipped to win, he has now been accused of unapproved gathering.
On the off chance that discovered sentenced, he will be kept from running. Assange converses with him about how he has survived and what he sees as the fate of Asia and the West.
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