Musyawarah

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Musyawarah is a Malay, Indonesian, and Brunei term for consensus. Consensus in those communities or in most tribal societies is a decision that comes out after a prolonged discussions and sharing of ideas or opinions within the sitting (meeting).

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The founding father of Indonesia, Soekarno, conceived of a parliament as a forum for Musyawarah (consultation) leading to Mufakat (agreement).