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road to people"s democracy for Indonesia

D.N Aidit

road to people"s democracy for Indonesia

general report on the political and organisational situation, delivered at the fifth National Congress of the Communist Party of Indonesia, March, 1954

by D.N Aidit

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Published by Jajasan "Pembaruan" in Jacarta .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby D.N. Aidit.
ContributionsCommunist Party of Indonesia. National Congress,
The Physical Object
Pagination57p. ;
Number of Pages57
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20535554M

  without democracy, indonesia is death. but what kind of democracy they had? not all democracy indonesia will accepted. free sex is not allowed, nude is not allowed, porn is not allowed to watch in public, some of politics and religion banned sign. The bigger picture as Indonesia goes to the polls is the fact that years of democratic retrenchment have fueled populist anger, which has manifested in the form of growing discontent against the.

  What is significant about Indonesia s democracy that it Indonesia’s democracy, is “homegrown”. Indonesia’s a e adap g democratic models and values do es a s are adapting de o a ode s a d a ues that are universal in nature, but the democratization process in Indonesia had been initiated and carried out by political forces within the country.   Indonesia freed itself from the grip of dictatorship more than a decade ago to become the world's third largest democracy. Corruption and violence .

  Burdened by a long history of military rule, and an abortive attempt at electoral democracy in the s, Indonesia’s voting system has been designed to make it hard to steal elections. ‘Jeremy Menchik’s data rich and insightful book, Islam and Democracy in Indonesia: Tolerance without Liberalism, is a valuable contribution to the political science scholarship on Indonesia’s particular brand of democracy and religious pluralism.’ Zeynep Atalay Source: American Journal of SociologyCited by:


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