Secular parties favoured by Indonesian Muslims - poll


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  • Thursday, 25 Sep 2008

JAKARTA (Reuters) - A majority of Indonesian Muslims continue to favour secular parties ahead of elections next year, despite a strong showing in some local elections by Islamic parties, a survey by a leading pollster showed on Thursday.

Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim country, will hold legislative elections in April 2009, followed by a presidential vote in July.

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