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Indonesian election to reset leadership and Aust relations

Indonesian election to reset leadership and Aust relations

Updated 9 April 2014, 9:50 AEST

Tens of millions of Indonesians vote today on who controls the national parliament, laying the foundations for a presidential election in July.

The current president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyno has served two terms and under the constitution can't run again.

Indonesia observers say it's chance to reset the strained relationship between Indonesia and Australia.

Presenter: Brendan Trembath

Speaker: Tim Lindsey, Professor of Asian Law, University of Melbourne; Debnath Guharoy, regional director for Asia, Roy Morgan Research;

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