31 Aug

District councils, mayors and regional election commissions have learned that there is little cost to ignoring court rulings on electoral or religious disputes, pandering instead to local constituencies and pressure groups.

-From Crisis Group’s latest report on Indonesia
Photo: The office of Indonesian Constitutional Court at Jakarta Credit: Wsaragih/Wikimedia Commons

District councils, mayors and regional election commissions have learned that there is little cost to ignoring court rulings on electoral or religious disputes, pandering instead to local constituencies and pressure groups.

-From Crisis Group’s latest report on Indonesia

Photo: The office of Indonesian Constitutional Court at Jakarta Credit: Wsaragih/Wikimedia Commons

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