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Popular mandate and the coming-of-age of social media's presence in Indonesia politics post-reformasi
The itinerant rise of the professionalised class of political pollsters, consultancies and statistic-analytical institutes in the Indonesian electoral scene has, in recent months, been accompanied by an analogous rise of ...
Indonesia's presidential campaign : the economic agenda
Notwithstanding the importance of popularity, voters in the current presidential election expect candidates to state their economic vision for public review. What economic policies could we expect following the 2014 ...
The economics of Indonesia's election campaigns
Political parties have submitted for official vetting their preliminary campaign budgets for the legislative elections that will be held on 9 April 2014. There are lessons to be learned from the 2009 elections. This ...
Simultaneous election in 2019 : strong parliament, weak presidency?
The Indonesian Constitutional Court recently passed a ruling allowing for legislative and presidential elections to be held simultaneously within a single day, effective only in 2019. Separate elections remain constitutional ...