The Indonesia House of Representatives (DPR) is torn into two opposing force. It’s the ruling coalition known as the Great Indonesia Coalition (KIH) against the opposition known as the Red-and-White coalition (KMP). The dispute between the two factions over proportional power sharing has held the DPR hostage for weeks. But after several lengthy negotiations, both groups signed a peace deal yesterday afternoon. The question now is, should we assume the fight is over?
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