Most parents do not want their children to become lawmakers
The Jakarta Post
Most parents and new couples do not want their children or future children to become lawmakers because of the growing negative perception of the profession, a survey reveals.
The Indonesian Survey Circle (LSI) found in its latest study that a staggering 56.43 percent of the 1,200 respondents were reluctant to see their children become members of the House of Representatives.
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