Bill Farmer: Career prepared me for Indonesian assignment
Abdul Khalik and Sabam Siagian
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM The time might not be right, given the recent, surprising change in Australian leadership in Canberra, but it's time for Bill Farmer, the smiling Australian Ambassador here, to go home. A number of officials and experts have expressed fear that with Farmer returning and Australia's new Prime Minister Julia Gillard, who is said to focus more on domestic issues, Australia will pay less attenti...
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