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The 2019 Indonesian Presidential Election – The Jockeying Gathers Pace : Fluidity Of Candidates and Parties
As the 2019 Indonesian Presidential Election – set for 17 April 2019 – is only nine months away, potential aspirants are currently involved in horse-trading with political parties that are likely to back them.
Indonesia’s Ideological Convergence : Emerging Trend in Islamic Regulations ?
There is an emerging ideological convergence among activists from different Indonesian Islamic groups toward a more Shariah-oriented outlook. Such a convergence can be seen from the joint efforts of these activists to enact ...
Indonesia’s 2018 Regional Elections – Pilkada Serentak : Role of Identity Politics
Simultaneous regional elections – Pilkada Serentak ̶ will be taking place in Indonesia on 27 June 2018. Candidates are widely expected to campaign using ethno-religious symbols to win votes, particularly in five key ...
Indonesian Presidential Election 2019 - Islam and Indonesia’s Presidency Race: A Defining Role?
With Indonesia’s presidential election only one year away, there is a consensus among observers that Islam will play a more important role in this upcoming election. Both President Joko Widodo and his potential opponents ...
Indonesia’s 2018 Regional Elections – Regional Setback For Jokowi?
The ‘quick count’ results of the 2018 regional elections – Pilkada Serentak – show electoral setbacks for the ruling PDI-P and a strong organised campaign by the opposition Gerindra and Prosperous Justice Party (PKS). There ...