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タイトル: Is the Indonesian President strong or weak?
著者: Kawamura, Koichi
川村, 晃一
キーワード: Indonesia
Internal politics
Executive-legislative relations
Legislative process
Issue Date: May-2010
出版者: Institute of Developing Economies, JETRO
引用: IDE Discussion Paper. No. 235. 2010.5
抄録: This paper analyzes the newly institutionalized political system in democratizing Indonesia, with particular reference to the presidential system. Consensus has not yet been reached among scholars on whether the Indonesian president is strong or weak. This paper tries to answer this question by analyzing the legislative and partisan powers of the Indonesian president. It must be acknowledged, however, that these two functions do not on their own explain the strengths and weaknesses of the president. This paper suggests that in order to fully understand the presidential system in Indonesia, we need to take into account not just the president's legislative and partisan powers, but also the legislative process and the characteristics of coalition government.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2344/896
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