The following stories talk about the subject ‘Partai Keadilan Sejahtera (PKS)’.
Ross sees parallels between the Justice Party/PKS, and the PKI of old.
Bright ideas are coming thick and fast from the East Java police chief, this time headscarves for policewomen.
Protests against the Israel attacks in the Gaza Strip mirror those over the 2006 Israeli invasion of Lebanon.
Sectarian violence over classroom blasphemy allegations in the Central Moluccas near Ambon.
The Mumbai terror attacks heighten resolve in Indonesia to fight terrorism, and dealing with wrong impressions about religion.
Ross on the bigotry of teachers of religion in Islamic schools, ideological jilbabs, and Dewi Persik.
Whether teenagers know how to put on a condom, free condom distribution to prostitutes, and condoms in schools.
Early pre-election opinion poll results have president Yudhoyono's Partai Demokrat leading the way.
Website and blog owners scramble to delete offensive cartoons as the government, MUI and PKS bear down on them.
The Justice Party-PKS is not a bringer of Saudi Arabian Wahabi Islam to Indonesia, says its leader.
Justice Party political ads on television, how the PKS is approaching the 2009 election.
The controversy over a politician-cleric's marriage to an underage girl in Semarang.
Some of the ways the PKS attempt to win the hearts and minds of ordinary people and voters.
Two religion based political parties deciding to become more diverse and inclusive, or not.
The proposed Pornography law is to be passed next week, and grumblings from Bali.
Results for the East Java election and photos of some campaign banners, posters and slogans for each team.
Spoilt for choice in the 2009 elections, almost three dozen political parties to choose from, most with their own acronym.
Who would be the best running mate for Megawati in the 2009 election.
Explanations for the FPI violence at Monas, blaming the victims, the government, and foreign plots.