Indonesia had been already welcomed the new 7th President, Mr. Joko Widodo with Mr. Jusuf Kalla as the vice president. They would face so many problems or maybe could be called as obstacles including human rights issues, economic development (marked with the preparation of ASEAN Economic Community 2015), corruption, and more. It's of course not an easy but struggling tasks. They should be able to deal with time because what people in this nation will look is how fast they can solve the obstacles.

       The capacity of them as good leaders had been proved by so many achievements and rewards given to them. To mention, Mr. Widodo was stated as one of the best mayors in the globe and Mr. Kalla was saluted by public both national and international for his commitment for the country by the cases he solved such as Tsunami Aftershock Rehabilitation is Nangroe Aceh Darussalam. People are very curious right now with the steps which they'd take because they're hoping the number 1 partnership in this country to make them wealthier and free from problems.

        But, sceptism will always cover a new leadership wherever in the world. The sceptism itself was born y the apatism shown by the people in a nation including Indonesia. The feeling of tired from poverty and social issues made them very aware with what the government does. Moreover, they don't want to trust the government anymore. This can't be continued. Indonesia as one of the important key of economics in Southeast Asia should not feeling "low" with all the problems. 

        To conclude, the new leadership of Mr. Widodo and Mr. Kalla can be a mark for a new change, a new hope, and a new optimism to lead Indonesia as one of the main player in international world. Because Indonesia has what it takes to be a superpower country, which can be seen from the quality of the human resources and also the natural resources. 

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