In this final episode, Julian Assange talks to Anwar Ibrahim, the main opposition leader in Malaysia. Assange and Ibrahim share many similar experiences.
Anwar Ibraham has twice served prison terms for what he calls politically-motivated criminal cases. However, he keeps fighting for democracy in Malaysia, a country he brands less democratic than even Burma.
Former deputy prime minister of Malaysia and now leader of the opposition party in that country, Ibrahim says that by democracy, he means, “an independent judiciary, free media and an economic policy that can promote growth and the market economy.”
But he told Assange that the Malaysian people should understand what abuses all these "elements of freedom" may bring to their country.