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April 2009

The official election campaigning period for the Indonesian national, provincial and district legislatures started on March 1 and will last until April 5. There is supposed to be a three-day period of non-campaigning immediately before the April 9 elections. Some 100,000 candidates from 44 parties are standing for seats in national, provincial and district legislatures.

Parties, or coalitions of parties, that win at least 112 seats in the 560-member national parliament or 25% of the popular vote may nominate candidates for the powerful presidency, to be elected in July. If no candidate wins more than 50% of the vote then, there will be a run-off in September.

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LIST OF PUBLICATIONS (provisional)

Books and monographs

1. UNFINISHED NATION: Indonesia before and after Suharto, VERSO Books, 2008
2. Bangsa Yang Belum Selesai: Indonesia sebelum dan sesudah Suharto, Reform Institute, Jakarta, 2007
3. Liber Amicorum 80 Tahun Joesoef Isak , collection of essays edited by Max Lane and Bonnie Triyana, published by ISAI, Komunitas Bambu, Perkumpulan Praxis, July, 2008
4. Wedastera Suyasa, 1945-72 in Bali: from charismatic politics to socio-educational activities, Universitas Mahanedratta, Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia, January, 2009
5. Arok of Java, by Pramoedya Ananta Toer, translated and with an Introduction by Max Lane, Horizon Books, Singapore, 2007
6. The Chinese in Indonesia, by Pramoedya Ananta Toer, translated and with an Introduction by Max Lane, Select Books, Singapore, 2007
7. Social Sciences and Power in Indonesia, edited by Vedi Hadiz and Danial Dhakidae, published by Equinox Books, Jakarta, Indonesia, published in 2006. Tranbslated from the Indonesian by Max Lane
8. The Urban Mass Movement in the Philippines, 1983-1987, Australian National University and Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 1990.
9. Openness, political discontent and succession in Indonesia: political developments in Indonesia, 1989-90, Nathan, QLD, Australia: Griffith University, 1991.
10. This Earth of Mankind, by Pramoedya Ananta Toer, translated and with an Introduction by Max Lane, Penguin Books, 1996 (USA Edition)
11. Child of All Nations, by Pramoedya Ananta Toer, translated and with an Introduction by Max Lane, Penguin Books, 1996 (USA Edition)
12. Footsteps, by Pramoedya Ananta Toer, translated and with an Introduction by Max Lane, Penguin Books, 1996 (USA Edition)
13. Glass House, by Pramoedya Ananta Toer, translated and with an Introduction by Max Lane, Penguin Books, 1997 (USA Edition)
14. The Struggle of the Naga Tribe, by Rendra, University of Queensland Press and St Martins Press, New York, 1978, translated and with Introduction by Max Lane.

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