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Debate on the quality and durability of Indonesia's democracy has intensified in recent years. Political scholars had generally praised the country's democratic achievements and stability in the two decades following the 1998 resignation of long-serving president Suharto. But more recently, a growing number of academics have noted that elements of Indonesia's democracy are being eroded. While the issue of Indonesia's democratic backsliding has gained considerable attention and generated muchdoi:10.31078/consrev715 fatcat:5yah2i2serd3nnbsgmt45a3j5i