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Indonesia's Subianto suggests centralized power to fight graft

'Clean government' needed to bring back foreign capital, ex-general says

Indonesian presidential candidate Prabowo Subianto, center, campaigning Saturday in Ciamis, West Java, ahead of the April 17 election. (Photo by Jun Suzuki)

JAKARTA -- Indonesian presidential candidate Prabowo Subianto hinted he would concentrate power in the hands of the central government if elected, reversing a longstanding trend as he promises to tackle corruption and grow the economy.

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