Political Parties & Elections

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December 2008

Detik.com – December 16, 2008

Novia Chandra Dewi, Jakarta – The 2009 legislative and presidential elections are within sight. Thirty eight national political parties are registered to contest to fight for the people’s votes.

Lampung Post – December 16, 2008

Jakarta (Dtc/Lampost) – The Star Reform Party (PBR) is continuing to select presidential candidates who are suitable for support at its convention.

Detik.com – December 15, 2008

Ronald Tanamas, Jakarta – The Star Reform Party (PBR) is now looking and seeking out who is the appropriate presidential candidate for it to support in its coming convention.

PPRM – December 10, 2008

Oppose the 2009 elections of the political elite – an election of the human rights violators, capitalists, corruptors and opportunist!

November 2008

Detik.com – November 28, 2008

Hery Winarno, Jakarta – The image of the Justice and Prosperity Party (PKS) appears to be starting to fade.

Kompas – November 24, 2008

Suwardiman – Young voters, particularly first time voters, are a potential vote base that political parties should consider targeting in the 2009 legislative and presidential elections.

Kompas – November 9, 2008

Jakarta – Believing that the government has failed to side with them, workers have started campaigning for people not to vote in the 2009 legislative and presidential elections.

October 2008

Sindo – October 29, 2008

Jakarta – The results of research and a political study by Charta Politika (Political Charter) has revealed that the Great Indonesia Movement Party (Gerindra) has three sources of strength to help

September 2008

Inilah.com – September 16, 2008


Detik.com – September 12, 2008

Hestiana Dharmastuti, Jakarta – House of Representatives (DPR) legislative member Ade Daud Nasution has been dismissed from the house and his membership of the Star Reform Party (PBR) revoked.