Indonesian deputy nominated for governor’s role

Bank Indonesia
Bank Indonesia
Christopher Jeffery

One of the deputy governors at Bank Indonesia has been nominated by president Joko Widodo to stand as the next governor of the central bank, reports suggest.

Perry Warjiyo was the only candidate put forward by the president in a letter sent to the House of Representatives on February 23. The lawmaking body will have to confirm his nomination. If confirmed, Warjiyo would serve for a five-year term until 2023.

No reason appears to have been given as to why the president did not renominate the

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