Guess what?: Nurul encouraging women in politics
The Jakarta Post
Golkar politician Nurul Arifin marked Women’s Day on Saturday by encouraging women to be more politically aware.
“We must use Women’s Day [...] to realize that we need to struggle more for the sake of every woman in this country, and that’s why politics seems to fit,” she said as quoted by kompas.com.
Nurul, a former movie star, said Women’s Day was the result of the poli...
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