Maybe the losing government is doing some kind of engineering.
The general view of the factions of the People's Consultative Assembly can be said to reflect the aspirations of the people.
To be honest, there is not one leader from any political party who at the moment has the vision, the agenda or the program for resolving the problems in our nation.
I don't see any miracles at all. He's finished.
I think the nation will be happy, will be relieved, because Suharto is the problem. So by getting rid of him, I think the nation ... will feel, you know, gratified, satisfied, happy. From then on, we can talk about economic reforms, political reforms.
To talk about concrete power-sharing is still too early.
I think parties must stick together and avoid polarization.
This Cabinet smells strongly of nepotism.
I am now going to Jakarta to pressure people there to make donations. Please be patient. Help has come. Please realize that this disaster is too heavy for the local government to carry alone.