Political Parties & Elections

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December 2007

News/Indonesia
Kompas – December 17, 2007

Jakarta – The large number of incumbent officials that have been loosing in regional elections is being caused by a number of factors, including the public’s rejection of status quo forces and a de

News/Indonesia
Java Post – December 10, 2007

Jakarta – The small political parties in the House of Representatives (DPR) who are unable to pass the electoral threshold of 3 percent are looking for the best way to participate in the 2009 gener

News/Indonesia
Kompas – December 3, 2007

Bima Baskara and Sultani – With one-and-a-half years to go before the 2009 general elections, political party discussions about finding a national leadership candidate have already sprung up.

November 2007

News/Aceh
Aceh Kita – November 16, 2007

Fakhri, Banda Aceh – The Aceh Referendum Information Center (SIRA) plans to form a local political party in Aceh soon.

News/Indonesia
Kompas – November 12, 2007

Suwardiman – “The facts indicated that up until now many political parties have not really taken up the aspirations of the people.

October 2007

News/Indonesia
Kompas – October 28, 2007

Palembang, Kompas – The Munir murder case could become a political commodity in the 2009 elections if the government does not quickly solve the issue.

News/Indonesia
Kompas – October 17, 2007

Jakarta – There is a strong possibly that a commitment to solve the murder of human rights activist Munir will be sought from political parties or presidential and vice presidential candidates who

News/Indonesia
Kompas – October 15, 2007

Sultani – The Indonesian public’s attention of late has been focused on the actions and maneuvering of political figures who want to nominate themselves as presidential candidates for the 2009 pres

News/Indonesia
Kompas – October 15, 2007

Jakarta – In the midst of the current decline in the popularity of national leaders, a potential for the emergence of new leaders is opening up.

News/Indonesia
Kompas – October 6, 2007

Jakarta – The support for political parties based upon Islam and with an Islamic mass base is stagnating and tending to decline.