2013
04
DEC

USINDO 2014 Indonesian Elections Open Forum Series: The Electability of Political Parties and Candidates: The 2014 Indonesian Elections

USINDO's 2014 Indonesian Elections Open Forum Series

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Cordially invites you to a Special Event in

USINDO’s 2014 Indonesian Elections Open Forum Series
Special Open Forum

The Electability of Political Parties and Candidates:
The 2014 Indonesian Elections

with

Dr. R. William (Bill) Liddle
Professor Emeritus
Ohio State University

Wednesday, sickness December 4
10:00 am – 11:30 am

USINDO Conference Room

1625 Massachusetts Avenue NW
Suite 550
Washington, unhealthy DC 20036

Indonesia is scheduled to hold elections for Parliament in April and President in July 2014.  What are the prospects for the main political parties and presidential candidates?  Will Indonesians favor a political outsider or a well-known figure as their next president?  What are the top priorities of voters?  What do voters believe are the most desirable qualities for Indonesian presidential candidates today?

As a Special Open Forum in our 2014 Indonesian Elections Series, USINDO is delighted to present legendary Indonesian political science expert Professor Bill Liddle, Professor Emeritus of Political Science at Ohio State, on December 4.  Dr. Liddle will present his findings from a new opinion survey on the election, based on an experimental technique that enables political scientists to get a clearer picture than ever before of the likely outcomes and driving forces behind the elections.  His talk will give us fresh insights on the election, including the survey’s findings on the electability of new candidates.

Please join us for this informative event on Indonesia’s upcoming 2014 elections.

This event is open and free of charge. To register, please kindly RSVP HERE by 5pm December 3, 2013.

View the Open Forum Brief »

Washington, D.C.

EVENT DATE: 2013-12-04

TIME: 10:00 am - 11:30 am

USINDO Conference Room

1625 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Suite 550
Washington, DC, 20036