Entries by Yohanes Sulaiman, https://indonesiaatmelbourne.unimelb.edu.au/author/yohanes-sulaiman/

These three parties could shape the future of political opposition in Indonesia

The new president will be inaugurated on 20 October and by that point he will need to announce his new cabinet. If he follows past practice, it will include a mix of technocrats and party representatives from the successful coalition. However, many of the parties not part of Prabowo's originally campaign are also expected to join the coalition to access the perks and resources of being in power.

Corruption investigations unlikely to disrupt Anies Baswedan’s campaign

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With the 2024 Indonesian presidential election looming, credible surveys project three front-runner candidates. The first, Governor of Central Java Ganjar Pranowo, represents the status quo and is supported by the Indonesian Democratic Party…

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