Emerging Democracy in Indonesia
Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2005 - 166 halaman
In 2004, Indonesia had a second democratic election, which was also conducted in a peaceful and orderly manner. This book discusses Indonesia's transition towards democracy through the parliamentary and presidential elections, including an analysis of party activity in the provinces, in 2004.
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2004 elections ă ă ă Akbar Tanjung Amien Amien—Siswono Appendix 3.2 Bali Bangka-Belitung Banten cabinet campaign period cent Central Java Compiled and calculated coordinating minister declined democracy democratic East Java East Nusa Tenggara gained Golkar Golput Gorontalo Gus Dur Hamzah Hamzah—Agum Hasyim Indonesia Indonesian politics Islamic parties Jakarta Javanese July Jusuf Kalla Kompas Lampung Megawati Megawati-Hasyim million votes Muslims Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam National Coalition nominated non-Muslims North Maluku North Sumatra Number of Votes Outer Islands pairs of candidates Pancasila Papua parliament PDI-P People's Coalition percentage PKB and PAN PKPB PKPI political parties polling day popularity presidential elections respondents Riau Archipelago seats second round secured September 2004 Soeharto South Sulawesi survey Table vice presidential candidate victory voters Votes by Province Wahid West Irian Jaya West Java West Kalimantan West Nusa West Sumatra Wiranto Wiranto-Wahid Yogyakarta Yudhoyono