The Jakarta Post
Smart positioning and capturing the hearts of the public would be key to securing firm support for a possible presidential bid of former finance minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati, the presumed figurehead of the Union of Independent People (SRI) Party, political observers pointed out.
The party, which registered itself at the Law and Human Rights Ministry on Wednesday, has announced that it would support and nominate Mulyani, who currently serves the World Bank as a managing director, for president in the 2014 general elections.
Sri Mulyani for president: Sympathizers register the new Union of Independent People (SRI) political party with the Law and Human Rights Ministry in Jakarta on Wednesday. The party hopes to contest the 2014 general elections and will nominate former finance minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati as president. JP/Ricky YudhistiraAdvisory council member Rocky Gerung ...