Accommodating Indonesia's Islamist Fringe: The Case for a More Inclusive Electoral System
The trend in Indonesia’s five post-Soeharto elections has been to make it progressively more difficult to register smaller parties and win parliamentary seats. The requirements to register parties have become more onerous and the threshold for gaining legislative representation has risen with almost each election and currently sits at 4%. This has meant fewer parties are able to contest elections, particularly if they lack wealthy supporters. One section of the community which has been affected...[Show more]
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