Jon Harrison

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Indonesia: Jakarta raises risks for 2019

Overview

The unofficial result of the 19 April second round of the Jakarta gubernatorial election points to a decisive victory for former Education Minister Anies Baswedan. The vote pitted Baswedan against the incumbent, Basuki Tjahaja Purnama (known as Ahok), who served as Jokowi’s deputy when the President was Governor of Jakarta; an ethnic Chinese and a Christian, Ahok has been widely seen as a reformer. The campaign itself was marred by religious extremism, including violent protests and...

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