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White book on the 1992 general election in Indonesia

by Badan Perlindungan Hak-Hak Politik Rakyat Dalam Menghadapi Pemilihan Umum 1992 (Indonesia)

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Published by Cornell Modern Indonesia Project, Southeast Asia Program, Cornell University in Ithaca, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Indonesia.
    • Subjects:
    • Elections -- Indonesia.,
    • Political rights -- Indonesia.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementBody for the Protection of the People"s Political Rights Facing the 1992 General Election (BPHPR) ; translated with an introduction by Dwight Y. King.
      ContributionsKing, Dwight Y.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsJQ778 .B28 1994
      The Physical Object
      Pagination70 p. ;
      Number of Pages70
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1207478M
      ISBN 100877630399
      LC Control Number94202585
      OCLC/WorldCa30679950

      Brimming with data and examples from the heated election, and laced with previews of , the twelfth edition of this classic text offers a complete overview of the presidential election process from the earliest straw polls and fundraisers to final voter turnout and exit interviews. The comprehensive coverage includes campaign strategy, the sequence of electoral events, and . Three decades of authoritarian rule in Indonesia came to a sudden end in The collapse of the Soeharto regime was accompanied by massive economic decline, widespread rioting, communal conflict, and fears that the nation was approaching the brink of disintegration. Although the fall of Soeharto opened the way towards democratization, conditions were by no means .

      Well, I was still really young and only had some memories back then. But my parents remind me of peculiar things I did in that year - * I always asked “Why are there so many flags with pictures?” (Kok banyak bendera ada gambarnya yah) Yeah I remem.   Five reasons why Indonesia's presidential election matters Once a dictatorship, now the world's third-largest democracy, the 90% Muslim country is poised to take a step forward Kate Lamb in Jakarta.

      On J , Indonesia's Election Commission declared Joko Widodo, 53, the winner of Indonesia's July 9 presidential election. The Election Commission reported that Widodo defeated former General Prabowo Subianto by more than 8 million votes File Size: 54KB.   The reason for the elites’ monopoly in Indonesia’s political sphere is obvious: politics in Indonesia is in practice similar to business. .


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