The Jakarta Post
Chief patron of the Great Indonesia Movement Party (Gerindra) and presidential hopeful Lt. Gen. (ret) Prabowo Subianto has offered his new vision for the country, saying that his version of a “better-guided” democracy would help solve the problems currently plaguing the country.
Prabowo said that if he was elected president, he would work with the country’s best and brightest minds to realize a better version of democracy for the country.
Speaking at a public lecture organized by the Soegeng Sarjadi Syndicate (SSS) on Tuesday, Prabowo highlighted the fact that the current form of democracy in Indonesia suffered a lack of firm leadership.
“[We have] no compass ... Indonesia is at a crossroads where a group of Kurawa [evil kingdom] aims at hijacking our idea of democracy. What is at stake now ... is a struggle for power between the Kurawa and the Pandawa [good ...