The Institutionalisation of Political Parties in Post-authoritarian Indonesia
Indonesia's democratic political parties developed rapidly after the end of the New Order era (1966-1998). Based on extensive fieldwork, this book provides a new and necessary perspective on the activities, administration, and membership of the local branches of four large parties. The author also addresses why some political parties in Indonesia have managed to strengthen their institutional base while others have failed to do the same. A significant contribution to understanding grassroots party organization in Indonesia, this timely volume provides insight into the state of parties in advance of the 2014 elections.
Subjects: Political Science
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