Regional autonomy way off track, expert says
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM Ten years down the track, regional autonomy may be doing more harm than good, the founding father of the country’s current self-reliance model says. “The practice of regional autonomy has strayed far from its initial path,” Ryaas Rasyid, a former director general of regional autonomy and minister for bureaucratic reform, told an audience of regional representatives during an overview...
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