Asia-Pacific

Apr 10, 2012

Aceh’s bitterly contested, but troubled elections

Indonesia’s province of Aceh went to the polls yesterday, in what has been a bitterly contested election for the position of governor.

Professor Damien Kingsbury

Crikey international affairs commentator

Indonesia’s province of Aceh went to the polls yesterday, in what has been a bitterly contested election for the position of governor. In Indonesia’s other provinces the position of governor is important but, in the autonomous province of Aceh, following a three-decade separatist war, it is critical.

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