The minting and production of this One Dirham coin were to commemorate a movement of political struggle initiated and carried through by a section of the population that wished to challenge and change the established political norm in Malaysia to one more compatible to the preference of the general masses of the Malaysian population.
Purity - Pure 0.999.
Weight - 1 Dirham or 2.975 g of pure silver.
Design (obverse) - Dataran Merdeka on the coin indicates where the challenge was first stated to the public. Picture of the initiator and the leader of the movement holding high a clenched fist depicting success through political struggle and determination.
Design (reverse) - Crest of Malaysia and Putrajaya signifies the intermediate goal is the Governance from Putrajaya and the final target is to make effective reform to the political landscape in concord with the aspiration of the people of Malaysia.
This Two-Dirham piece should be a proud possession and a must have mascot to be carried everywhere by every member of the Reformist Movement as a symbol for one's courage and brotherhood. The silver coin can also be used as Islamic Currency and payment of zakat.