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Indonesian Election: Muslim Parties Seen Losing Votes – Analysis

Eurasia Review Saturday, 13 April 2019 ()
By Rina Chadijah and Ahmad Syamsudin

Established Islamic parties are likely to lose votes to their nationalist counterparts in next week’s elections in Indonesia, analysts said, despite perceptions of growing religious conservatism.

Several recent polls suggest that nationalist parties will dominate the 575-strong House...

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