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5 August 2022

Ganjar’s near-term prospects jeopardized by internal Golkar rivalries

In this week’s issue:  Golkar’s internal discord hampers Ganjar; Garuda Shield expands; Prabowo pressured to resign; Tobacco regulation proposed; Inflation creeps up; Subsidized fuel consumption outpaces quota; Suspect held in police murder.

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Reformasi Weekly Review provides timely, relevant and independent analysis on Indonesian political and policy news. Delivered electronically every Friday, Reformasi Weekly is written by Kevin O’Rourke, author of the book Reformasi. For subscription information please contact. Reformasi Weekly is a product of PT Reformasi Info Sastra.
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