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JAKARTA (JP): The Indonesia Democratic Party of Struggle (PDI Perjuangan) has become the latest party to jump on the bandwagon of major parties retracting their demands for an accelerated special session of the People's Consultative Assembly (MPR).
The party's deputy chairman Roy B. Janis told reporters after an executive meeting on Tuesday that PDI Perjuangan could find no strong legal and constitutional grounds for bringing forward the holding of the special session.
Roy said that PDI Perjuangan no longer had the right to push for a change in the date of the event as such decisions were now in the hands of the Assembly's working committee.
"We are …