The Exodus From Indonesia to Western Countries

The Exodus From Indonesia to Western Countries

Indonesia police: Stadium exit gates too small for escapees The entrance gates aren’t big enough to carry out a breakout on a scale of 7-10, with several of the former prime ministers, presidents and other officials who used the exits over the years claiming they could not get out and escaped.


KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – More than 15 former senior officials from a range of governments including the United States, France, Japan and Germany have fled Indonesia as part of a growing wave of asylum-seeking from countries including China.

The exodus from Indonesia to Western countries has caught the attention of the world because Indonesia was once thought of as a close ally and the world’s largest Muslim majority.

But the country’s economy is now in the grip of recession and its economy is about to face a double blow of a sharp global recession and an oil price hike, according to economists.

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