The political marginalization of the military in Indonesia Democratic consolidation, leadership, and institutional reform
In late July 2001, Indonesia�s democratic experiment appeared to come to a dramatic end. While the post-1998 transition from Suharto�s authoritarian New Order regime to a new democratic system had always been messy, the events leading up to July 2001 brought the country to the brink of constitutional collapse. The increasingly erratic President Abdurrahman Wahid had issued a decree to formally disband the People�s Representative Council (Dewan Perwakilan Rakyat, DPR) and the People�s...[Show more]
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