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Tuesday, February 27, 2001 Published at 12:27 GMT

Megawati elected vice-president
Megawati Sukarnoputri is voted the vice-president of Indonesia, a day after she failed to gain the presidency.
Analysis: Indonesia's dream ticket?
Observers hope that former allies Abdurrahman Wahid and Megawati Sukarnoputri will be able to work together to tackle Indonesia's political and economic problems.
Analysis: New hope for Indonesia?
The dramatic conclusion to Indonesia's first contested presidential elections raises as many questions as it answers about the country's future.
Analysis: Megawati's struggle for power
Megawati Sukarnoputri's presidential election defeat shocked supporters - but will the vice presidency placate them?
Indonesian poll sparks violence
Muslim leader Abdurrahman Wahid is sworn in as Indonesia's new president amid explosions and violent protests in Jakarta.
Wahid faces economic mountain
The new Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid inherits a difficult economic situation with the country still suffering the effects of the East Asian financial crisis.
Election drama: In pictures
Pictures from Indonesia where Abdurrahman Wahid's election as president sparks violent street protests.
Habibie bows out
BJ Habibie has cut an unconvincing presidential figure ever since he stepped into the shoes of his mentor last May, writes Jonathan Head.
Megawati confirmed Indonesia victor
The final result from the 7 June Indonesian election confirms the victory of the opposition PDI-P, led by Megawati Sukarnoputri.
The election in pictures
Indonesians turned out in their millions to vote in the poll that will end more than 40 years of authoritarian leadership and usher in a new era of democracy.
A carnival of democracy
Nicholas Nugent spent six weeks observing the political campaigns around Indonesia. He found a blaze of colour and controversy.
Analysis: Indonesia's fragile archipelago
Violence has erupted in various parts of Indonesia since the fall of President Suharto: Catherine Napier looks at fears for the country's poltical unity.
Golkar: the fisherman's friend
Despite the upheaval that rocked Indonesia, the ruling party still has strong support among farmers and fishermen in outlying regions.
Battle for Indonesia's Islamic vote
Under President Suharto, politics and Islam did not mix. Now a number of new Islamic parties are beginning to make their presence felt.