View Point: Rounded or oval, democracy never pleases all
The Jakarta Post
It looked like a case of déjà vu when Democratic Party leaders, gearing up for the party’s extraordinary congress in Bali next week, expressed their hopes for a unanimous decision on a successor for Anas Urbaningrum, who resigned as party chairman after being named a corruption suspect last month.
Syariefuddin Hasan, a member of the party’s supreme council, foretold the likely scenari...
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