Hopes for human rights reform in Indonesia under President Joko Widodo are far from being realised, writes KEN SETIAWAN. In July 2014, supporters of presidential candidate Joko Widodo (Jokowi) celebrated his victory. To many, Jokowi’s election represented a break with the past, as he had no ties to existing military or political elites. The new …
Dr Ken Setiawan is a McKenzie research fellow at the University of Melbourne’s Asia Institute.
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