Indonesia’s ‘Social Opposition’ Remains Weak but Hopeful by Max Lane

  • It can be characterised as a social opposition as it does not present itself as an alternative choice to form a government.
  • During 2022, there have been more attempts by activists to coalesce in order to present more effective criticism. These have included attempts at forming political parties. The Workers Party (Partai Buruh, PB) has now succeeded in registering to stand for elections in 2024.
  • As of the end of 2022, the social opposition has not grown in its capacity to mobilise as a serious alternative force. All of its campaigns for the repeal or amendment of policies and laws have failed.

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