Asia Pacific Hounded by his rival, Indonesia's new president faces test of principles

Former Gen. Prabowo Subianto's coalition could control as much as 60 percent of parliament when new members are sworn in Oct. 1, setting up a showdown with reformist president-elect Joko Widodo. 

By , Correspondent

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The reform-minded Jakarta governor Joko Widodo won a decisive victory in this summer's presidential election – but his defeated opponent, a former general under the dictatorial Suharto regime, isn't going quietly.