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A ‘Millennials Party’ Attempts to Break Indonesia’s Political Mold

In the Jakarta headquarters of the Indonesian Solidarity Party (PSI), workers call each other “bro” and “sis,” and their leader sets the sartorial standard with a pair of ripped jeans. Dubbed the “millennials party,” the PSI is an upstart on the political stage of this Southeast Asian nation that hopes to tap into young voters’ contempt for the entrenched corruption and divisive identity politics of the ruling elite. The downfall of long-serving autocrat Suharto in 1998, amid a crisis...

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