Ulil : PKS is not involved at coalition agreement draft

Ulil : PKS is not involved at coalition agreement draft

Jakarta : Indonesia | Apr 08, 2011 at 12:56 AM PDT
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Ulil Absar Abdalla, an Indonesia democrat party leader, said that Justice and Welfare Party (PKS) is not involved in coalition agreement draft. The speculation of broken coalition between six parties in Indonesia may be broken. Some democrat leader do not like PKS in the coalition. They accused the party often has different opinion with democrat party.

PKS denied that the party break the coalition rule that has been signed when President Election in 2009. According them, what they did is to endure the law enforcement in this country. They want to investigate tax mafia that loss the country revenue. They have no aim to impeach President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono who also the leader of democrat.

PKS has ever said that democrat should not worry with PKS right to investigate tax mafia. They still want keep the leadership until 2014.

Both PKS and democrat leader has different opinion about on how to determine tax mafia. Democrat want PKS and Golkar has similar attitude with democrat buth both PKS and Golkar refuse for it. They said that coalition does not mean that we should have similar attitude.

What Ulil has said could be a sign that PKS will be fired from the coalition. President Yudhonoyono has met Aburizal Bakrie to discuss about coalition but he has not yet invite PKS leader Hilmi Aminudin for it.

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andri is based in Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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