Development Fraction

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The Development Fraction (Indonesian: Fraksi Pembangunan) was a parliamentary group in the Indonesian People's Representative Council. It was formed after the 1955 parliamentary election, by seven independents elected on Communist Party of Indonesia tickets.[1]


  1. ^ Feith, Herbert. The Decline of Constitutional Democracy in Indonesia. An Equinox classic Indonesia book. Jakarta [u.a.]: Equinox, 2007. p. 472