New analysis of the Indonesian Constitutional Court’s elections jurisprudence by Stefanus Hendrianto, Santa Clara University
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Jake Scobey at Foreign Policy interviewed me on May 7, 2014, to discuss the recent constitutional crisis in Thailand. It’s a useful summary of the Thai Constitutional Court’s role in recent Thai politics. For the record, I’m a bit more sanguine about the Court and even noted in my article that pre-2006 the Court had a reputation for leaning towards Thaksin. However, I believe the article is correct in its concern that the Thai constitutional system has too many checks and not enough balance between the branches of government.