At last year’s presidential election, Indonesia political elites were divided into the two factions: the Red-and-White opposition group (KMP) and the Great Indonesia ruling coalition (KIH). But as time passes by, the line dividing both camps slowly dissolves. One can argue that the dissolution started when the KMP failed to return regional elections mechanism from direct local elections to to election by representation (DPRD). Since then, the KMP continued to suffer blow after blow. So much so that today it doesn’t really matter if your KIH or KMP, and that’s obvious when we see how parties in both camps form alliances in the wake of this year’s simultaneous regional elections.To subscribe please click here