Party of the People of Free Indonesia

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Party of the People of Free Indonesia (Indonesian: Partai Rakyat Indonesia Merdeka, PRIM) was a political party in Indonesia. The party was based amongst the Sundanese population in West Java.[1] In the 1955 parliamentary election, PRIM got 72,523 votes (0.2% of the national vote). One parliamentarian was elected from the party.[2] After the election the party joined the Fraction of Upholders of the Proclamation, a hetergenous parliamentary group with ten MPs.[3]

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  1. ^ Bertrand, Jacques. Nationalism and Ethnic Conflict in Indonesia. Cambridge Asia-Pacific studies. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2004. p. 229
  2. ^ Feith, Herbert. The Decline of Constitutional Democracy in Indonesia. An Equinox classic Indonesia book. Jakarta [u.a.]: Equinox, 2007. p. 435
  3. ^ Feith, Herbert. The Decline of Constitutional Democracy in Indonesia. An Equinox classic Indonesia book. Jakarta [u.a.]: Equinox, 2007. p. 472