PKS resorts to conspiracy theories after ex-chief’s arrest
Ina Parlina and Margareth S. Aritonang
The Jakarta Post
In a country where conspiracy theories are alive and well, pointing your finger to a clandestine operation — be it the universe, spy agencies or, well, the Jews — for the ills that have befallen you, is perhaps the easiest thing to do. But that is probably not a good PR strategy if you are a political party embroiled in a corruption scandal.
Political observers were astounded when the ...
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