JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia's opposition-dominated parliament on Tuesday approved direct elections for governors and mayors, overturning legislation passed in September and handing a political victory to President Joko Widodo.
A divided parliament in September gave legislative assemblies the power to choose regional leaders, ending nearly a decade of direct elections.
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