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It's been nearly two years since massive street protests forced the resignation of Indonesia's long-time dictator, Suharto. The fragile democracy is now in the hands of a frail, nearly blind Muslim leader named Abdul Rachman Wahid. NPR's Eric Weiner reports from Jakarta on the ailing President Wahid who has been forced to relinquish some of his day to day powers.

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