By ALBERTINA ALMEIDA
Malaysia’s Bersih movement was in the news recently. The Bersih movement is a movement for free and fair elections. It has raised questions of how electoral rolls come to be drawn, and how constituencies come to be delimited in ways that ensure that the ruling party’s vote banks are appropriately configured within each constituency so as to give the ruling party a lead. This is so familiar to us in Goa where such constituency delimitation has been reorganised to facilitate the ruling party.