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Politics is personal in Indonesia
16 Apr 1995 - 12:00AM
Politics is personal in Indonesia
Wahid, respected voice of moderation
Fanatics may be 'all one' but they don't add up to much
Habibie stalls amid bloody protests
Political row dismissed as vendetta
Divided islands face food shortages as commerce falters
Shock reverses after all-night effort
Prosecutors tighten screws on former first family
'I can't see how he can get himself out of this unless he tries extraordinary means, which probably won't work'
Habibie plans new role as man of peace
Wahid's survival 'may rest on corrupt deals'
Some decry him as corrupt, and the world sees him as out of touch. Vaudine England looks at the upbringing which moulded Gus Dur, the man many still consider Indonesia's only hope
Jakarta chaos 'could spark military action'
President faces second censure after telling lawmakers impeachment moves are illegal
'Blubbering' Suharto has had stroke, says friend
Week of violence in Borneo blamed on Dayak resentment towards more successful migrants
Dangerous twist to struggle for power
Megawati 'will let party back Wahid censure'
Coffins broken into as multi-faith service for people killed in anti-communist crackdown prevented
Shake-up could see general last man standing
On eve of censure motion, President warns crowd of 20,000 supporters against violence
Poverty's crusaders 'assault' the rich
August date scheduled for Wahid's impeachment
Anti-communist frenzy 'just a cover'
Indonesian cabinet tries to ease crisis
A nation turns its eyes to founding father
Popular Megawati running out of momentum in battle of wills with President
Besieged Wahid issues security order
Military agitators seen behind 'pro-Wahid' disorder
Silent Megawati waits for way out of stalemate