Countries to discuss democracy in international forum
The Jakarta Post
Baron Divavesi Waqa (AFP/Jewel Samad)Indonesia is set to kick off the 10th Bali Democracy Forum (BDF) in Tangerang on Thursday when delegations from 100 countries are to discuss how democracy could contribute to development around the world.
The annual two-day meetings, which were initiated in 2008 by then president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, provide a forum for the governments of various co...
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