Restoring the Democratic Party for the nation’s sake
Padang, West Sumatra | Tue, February 12 2013 | 12:11 pm
PREMIUMIn a press conference last week, President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono said he would take the reins of his Democratic Party’s leadership to restore its tainted image.
The party’s high council, led by Yudhoyono, agreed to relieve incumbent party chairman Anas Urbaningrum from his duties as he tends to the legal case in which he has been implicated.
Yudhoyono said he would focus on ...
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