The Centre for Indonesian Law, Islam and Society and the Electoral Regulation Research Network presented a ‘post-mortem’ panel discussion analysing how the election was conducted, the results, what they mean for Indonesia’s future and the upcoming presidential elections, and the implications for troubled relations. “The Indonesian Election: What Really Happened” was held at the Melbourne Law School on Monday April 14.
Full videos of the presentations, together with written summaries are available by clicking the following links:
The Q&A session at the end of the presentations can be accessed by clicking here (link is external):
The event received widespread media coverage, including:
- “Reading the First Votes from Indonesia: Jokowi still the favourite” (link is external) (Crikey, 15 April 2014)
- “Jokowi Effect Discussed in Melbourne” (link is external) (ABC Australia Plus – Indonesia, 15 April 2014)
- “University of Melbourne discusses Jokowi Effect” (link is external) (Kompas – Indonesia, 15 April 2014)