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Indonesian Economy Trumps Democracy

Alden Iswanto, Analyst, KRA Group

22-Oct-19 07:30

Indonesian Economy Trumps Democracy

Indonesian President Joko Widodo has been sworn in for his second and last term, and now all eyes are on who his choices will be for his Cabinet. For more about Jokowi's priorities this term, we speak to Alden Iswanto, analyst with political consultancy KRA Group.


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