Jokowi's real opposition is the coalition despite its parliamentary dominance

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With a firm mandate from voters and solid support in national Parliament, the next five years for Indonesian President Joko Widodo would appear to be all sunshine and rainbows.

But this may not necessarily be so, as the President's real opposition comes from his own party and coalition partners, say analysts.

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