Islamic parties looking to attract secular voters
Margareth S. Aritonang
The Jakarta Post
With various pollsters predicting a gloomy outlook in the upcoming elections, Muslim-based political parties are preparing strategies to appeal to the country’s increasingly secular voters.
The Prosperous Justice Party (PKS), the largest Islamic party, said it would focus on boosting its performance and image as a clean party.
“I think all political parties competing in the upc...
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