Commentary: What's at stake from losing reform icon Mulyani
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM An alliance of mysterious forces is aligning its power to unseat Vice President Boediono and/or Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati. At the very least, they want Mulyani out. Their chances are 50-50. For them, Boediono is less of a threat. Mulyani, however, is ruthless toward corrupt officials and fraudulent businesspeople. For them, Boediono is hard to topple as he is an elected public offic...
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