From Parliamentary to “Guided Democracy”: the Case of Indonesia

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This article is devoted to analysis of historical practice of parliamentary democracy in Indonesia. The country as the former of the Netherlands's colony has applied political system of Western countries (parliamentary democracy). The failure of consolidation of parliamentary democracy has leaded the country to Sukarno's political rule of authoritarian “guided democracy” and power transition to military authoritarian regime of Suharto.


- Ubaidullah

Peoples' Friendship University of Russia

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Email: maklaha@yahoo.com

The Department of Political Science

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