Journey of Indonesian Reforms and Democratization
Being the world's fourth most populous country and the largest country with a Muslim population, Indonesia has been experiencing a series of prominent political reforms over its transitional period of time. Over the past six years --since 1998 when after 32 years in power the country’s second president, Soeharto, resigned amid overwhelming public demands for reforms and democratization-- the nation democracy has been largely developed into a better, more open, more balanced and more transparent mechanical system.
Indonesia's democratic transformation, known as Reformasi (Reform) commenced in 1998. In the wake of ten years of flamboyant dictatorship under President Soekarno and more than three decades of stronghold rule by President Soeharto, the country's political institutions were considerably weak. The main objective of the Reform was to seek a feasible way to a fairer, more democratic and more prosperous civil society. …
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