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Anies’ Politics in Jakarta

Monday, February 12 2018 00:00 WIB

After his first hundred days as Jakarta governor, it really feels as if Anies Baswedan wants to become the antithesis of his predecessor, Basuki Tjahaja Purnama. He has changed the function of thoroughfares to provide places for traders using carts known as kaki lima at Tanah Abang Market, and has invited the becak (pedicab) to return to the streets of the capital. Basuki’s reclamation policy has been completely abandoned.

Anies’ Politics in Jakarta
Governor Anies Baswedan may be trying to make the capital more friendly for the poor. But it should be more than just rhetoric.

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  • After his first hundred days as Jakarta governor, it really feels as if Anies Baswedan wants to become the antithesis of his predecessor, Basuki Tjahaja Purnama. He has changed the function of thoroughfares to provide places for traders using carts known as kaki lima at Tanah Abang Market, and has invited the becak (pedicab) to return to the streets of the capital. Basuki’s reclamation policy has been completely abandoned.

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