Anti-communist laws in Indonesia
Joko Widodo and Prabowo Subianto Indonesian polls: No real choice for voters

The contest between incumbent Joko ‘Jokowi’ Widodo and Prabowo Subianto does not translate into a contest between two different visions of the country

Indonesia elections “Indonesian elections are a battle between right and far-right”

Surya Anta, spokesperson of the People’s Liberation Party of Indonesia as well as Indonesia People’s Front for West Papua, talked to Peoples Dispatch about the choices before Indonesians in the upcoming presidential elections.

Indonesia’s attorney general calls for large-scale raids to seize communist literature

Ahead of the elections in April, the attorney general’s office has pointed to the need for more raids against “banned literature.” Anti-communist laws passed in 1966 and 1999 are often used to crack down on the left and anyone who criticizes the government

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