A woman sits by the grave of a relative who died of Covid-19 in Jakarta earlier this month. Photo: AP
A woman sits by the grave of a relative who died of Covid-19 in Jakarta earlier this month. Photo: AP
Alexander R. Arifianto
Opinion

Opinion

Alexander R. Arifianto

Indonesia’s coronavirus crisis will define President Joko Widodo’s political legacy as cases surge

  • Indonesia has struggled to control its latest Covid-19 surge as public anger builds over the government’s failure to effectively mitigate the pandemic
  • President Joko Widodo has become a lightning rod for this anger, prompting prospective presidential candidates to distance themselves

A woman sits by the grave of a relative who died of Covid-19 in Jakarta earlier this month. Photo: AP
A woman sits by the grave of a relative who died of Covid-19 in Jakarta earlier this month. Photo: AP
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