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Max Lane: Indonesian Society Has Not Given Birth to Opposition

Monday, January 1, 2024

Max Lane’s thoughts on activists of the 90s, including those who have closed ranks around Prabowo Subianto, and the absence of opposition in Indonesia.

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Maxwell Ronald Lane Photo: Faiza Mardzoeki . tempo : 172089166093.

STUDENT activists of the 90s who banded together to overthrow President Suharto have chosen different paths after the 1998 Reformasi. Some ventured into mainstream politics, some became active in labor unions or non-governmental organizations, or some became journalists. Indonesianist, Maxwell Ronald Lane, or Max Lane as he is familiarly called, said it was quite normal if the movement stopped after the dictatorship was toppled and people we


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