Prabowo Subianto is this year's dark horse in the Indonesian parliamentary elections. A self-promoted quiet goat farmer, the candidate has a few skeletons in his closet from his less than quiet military past.
Subianto headed up the notorious Special Forces unit Kopassus, which was accused of atrocities. It earned him a fierce reputation. His military stature made him one of the most powerful men. But when he was suspected of plotting a coup he was kicked out of the military. Eleven years on and he's returned to the spotlight. With a stunning reinvention he's returned with a legion of supporters for his party, The Great Indonesian Movement. Despite the human rights activists, Subianto - who compares himself to Barack Obama - is now considered by millions to be credible for the country's top job. "It's been an extraordinary reinvention."
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