An archipelago between South Asia and Oceania of over 17,000 islands, Indonesia is the world's fourth most populous country. Despite significant progress towards democracy, reform of institutions and significant economic growth since the resignation of the authoritarian and repressive General Suharto in 1998, the country still suffers from civil, sectarian, ethnic and separatist conflicts. Overall, the human rights situation has improved greatly, but problems remain with abuses by police and security forces, restrictions on political activity in certain regions, reproductive rights and child labour.

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24476910070Population7747100022.155451811524Population under 155500000015.729109597576Number of internet users
121 Human development index14 Happy planet ranking

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