The rise of the Democratic Party in a scarcity of political plenty
THE JAKARTA POST
PREMIUM So much to choose from, so little choice. When Indonesians flock to the polls in the April 9 legislative elections, their ballots will in effect start shaping the presidential election. The results of the most up-to-date poll released Wednesday by the Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Jakarta support what other pollsters have already indicated. The Democratic Party, t...