Departmental Bulletin Paper <Articles>The Struggle for Justice and Reconciliation in Post-Suharto Indonesia

Kimura, Ehito

4 ( 1 )  , pp.73 - 93 , 2015-04 , Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University
ISSN:2186-7275
NCID:AA1256533X
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What explains the failure of transitional justice and reconciliation measures in postauthoritarian Indonesia? One explanation is that domestic political elites have effectively stymied the efforts of civil society to implement global norms of transitional justice. However, as Indonesia has embraced a democratic and decentralized system of government, even the most corrupt and entrenched elites cannot merely veto or reject calls for justice. Instead, opponents have used a variety of strategies including legislative, religious, and cultural strategies to undermine justice initiatives. Examining the recent experiences in Indonesia, this paper shows the effects that a limited transition has had on the justice agenda.
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