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Indonesian Elections

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Malalai Joya, suspended Afghan MP

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Amy reports that the elections are far from democratic and are in fact violating the human rights of much of the population. Medea Benjamin, the Founding Director of Global Exchange joins Amy from an East Java town to discuss the status of the elections and the impact that they are having on the population.

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