President Suharto ruled Indonesia for more than three decades, before mounting opposition forced him to step down. His autocratic style brought economic growth, but against a background of corruption and human rights abuses. Now, following multiple organ failure, doctors have put the 86-year-old's chances of survival at 50 per cent, and told his family to prepare for the worst. As a result, many Indonesians have begun to reassess his time in power. Step Vaessen reports.
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