How Illiberal is Indonesia's Democracy? A Comparative Perspective on Indonesia's State Enforcement of Religion


Religion Enforcement
Religion and State
Indonesia’s Illiberal Democracy

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Metera, G. D. A. (2022). How Illiberal is Indonesia’s Democracy? A Comparative Perspective on Indonesia’s State Enforcement of Religion. Muslim Politics Review, 1(2), 185-207.


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