By Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono
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I am fully aware that my critics some41 Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono times say that I make nice-sounding speeches about my vision for change but do not have plans and programmes to back them up. ” Indeed, compared to most of the presidential candidates, he appeared to have drawn up a much more detailed agenda to for resolving Indonesia’s multi-faceted problems. Top of his agenda was the strengthening the rule of law and fighting corruption — a thorny issue that he was the forced to address periodically when pressed by several members of the audience.
Here are excerpts from his question-and-answer session yesterday. Weeding out corruption “Fighting corruption is an unfinished agenda. It must be done top-down. Leaders set an example. ” Rumours that he will back syariah laws “It is untrue. I am fully committed to the spirit and substance of the Indonesian Constitution. I support the concept of pluralism. We have built a national consensus that we will not accept the syariah laws in our Constitution and I will follow the Constitution. If I am elected, I will abolish all discriminating policies that are based on ethnic or other identities.
I understand that the regional order and security architecture will continue to evolve. ASEAN leaders have signed the Bali Concord II last year, comprising of 3 pillars —the ASEAN Economic Community, the ASEAN Security Community, and the ASEAN Socio-Cultural Community—to be realized by 2020. ASEAN therefore has a clear vision of where it wants to go, but the question is how we get there from here. ASEAN will need to maintain its cohesion and dynamism in order to manage an increasingly challenging regional order.