As we’ve reported yesterday (Nov. 12), the Great Indonesia coalition (KIH) and the majority in the House of Representatives (DPR) the Red-and-White coalition (KMP) are moving closer to a reunification deal. Both groups have torn the parliament into two warring factions, effective putting on hold the country’s legislative agenda. KMP and KIH have agreed to add 21 deputy leadership positions in the working commissions and parliamentary bodies in a move to settle their dispute. But upon internal discussion, KIH decided to come back to KMP with more demands.To subscribe please click here