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JAKARTA, Sunday, September 28, 2014

Indonesia: bill seen as a setback to democracy

Fears have been raised for Indonesia’s democracy after its Parliament voted to abolish the direct election of local leaders, a post-dictatorship reform credited with assisting President-elect Joko... »
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JAKARTA, Friday, September 26, 2014

Indonesia votes to scrap direct elections

Indonesia’s parliament voted on Friday to scrap the direct elections of local officials in what critics say is a blow to the country’s democracy. The bill is supported by a coalition of par... »
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BANDA ACEH, Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Indonesia’s Aceh considers caning for gay sex

Men and women caught having homosexual sex could be publicly caned in Indonesia’s Aceh province if a draft law is approved this week. Lawmaker Moharriadi Syafari said a majority of provinci... »
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