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Indonesia’s Prabowo On Brink of Parliamentary Majority After Receiving Rival Party’s Backing

Indonesia’s Prabowo On Brink of Parliamentary Majority After Receiving Rival Party’s Backing

By Sebastian Strangio
The NasDem party, which backed a competing presidential candidate, said it was ready to pledge its "full support" for the ex-general's administration.

Indonesian President No Longer a Member of PDI-P After Backing Rival Candidate, Party Says

Indonesian President No Longer a Member of PDI-P After Backing Rival Candidate, Party Says

By Sebastian Strangio
A senior official confirmed that Joko Widodo lost his membership after refusing to endorse its presidential candidate in February's election.
Dancing into Power: The Successful Rehabilitation of Indonesia’s Prabowo Subianto

Dancing into Power: The Successful Rehabilitation of Indonesia’s Prabowo Subianto

By Teuku Harza Mauludi and Pius Fozan
How did an ex-general with such a controversial past manage to scale the pinnacle of Indonesian politics?

Indonesia’s PDI-P Says That It Will Seek Election Investigation

Indonesia’s PDI-P Says That It Will Seek Election Investigation

By Sebastian Strangio
A senior party official says that the election, which was won decisively by Defense Minister Prabowo Subianto, was tainted by “abuse of power."

What Indonesia’s Election Result Means For the Ruling PDI-P

What Indonesia’s Election Result Means For the Ruling PDI-P

By Virdika Rizky Utama
Cast into opposition for the first time in two decades, the PDI-P has a critical role to play as a check on the incoming administration's power.

East Java Looms as Key Battleground in Indonesian Presidential Contest

East Java Looms as Key Battleground in Indonesian Presidential Contest

By Joseph Rachman
The country's second-most populous province is also a stronghold of the country's largest and most influential Islamic organization, Nahdlatul Ulama.

Indonesia’s Bharatayudha: The Unraveling Alliance Between Jokowi and the PDI-P

Indonesia’s Bharatayudha: The Unraveling Alliance Between Jokowi and the PDI-P

By Virdika Rizky Utama
The growing estrangement between the Indonesian president and the party that he represented at the past two presidential elections could shape the country's future political trajectory.
Indonesian Presidential Candidates Call on President to Remain Neutral

Indonesian Presidential Candidates Call on President to Remain Neutral

By Sebastian Strangio
The comments from Anies Baswedan and Ganjar Pranowo follow the appointment of President Joko Widodo's son as their rival's vice presidential running mate.

Indonesian Court to Rule on Petition Seeking Change to Electoral System

Indonesian Court to Rule on Petition Seeking Change to Electoral System

By Sebastian Strangio
A number of politicians have petitioned the Constitutional Court to change from open-list proportional voting to a closed-list system.

Indonesian Defense Minister Readies for Third Presidential Run

Indonesian Defense Minister Readies for Third Presidential Run

By Sebastian Strangio
More than 18 months out from the country's next presidential election, the jostling and maneuvering is kicking into high gear.

Who Will Lead Indonesia’s PDI-P Into the 2024 Election?

Who Will Lead Indonesia’s PDI-P Into the 2024 Election?

By Jefferson Ng
As President Joko Widodo approaches the end of his second term, it is shaping up as a race in two.
Indonesia’s Regional Elections: A Look at West Java and North Sumatra

Indonesia’s Regional Elections: A Look at West Java and North Sumatra

By Erin Cook
An early assessment of what recent outcomes might mean.

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