Indonesia’s local elections and impartiality of the press
Warief Djajanto Basorie
Jakarta | Mon, January 21 2013 | 09:42 am
PREMIUMAt the end of 2012, the media provided its outlook for the New Year. For its part, The Jakarta Post sees 2013 as the run-up to the 2014 general elections and the nation’s choice of a new president. In this run-up, 2013 hosts a smattering of local elections throughout the country, with 15 of Indonesia’s 33 provinces electing a governor.
The gubernatorial elections start Jan. 22 in South ...
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