In the US, the Libertarian Party has few seats because of the winner-takes-all election.
However, in Indonesia, there is no winner-takes-all election.
You can go to the local DPRD (regional parliament) and if you get 10% of the vote, you get 10% of the seats.
Why aren't there libertarian, secular, or liberal parties in Indonesia?
Any political party in Indonesia wants to modify KUHP 156? Legalize porn, prostitution, and drugs? Any party wants to eliminate income tax? Or at least push them to province issues?
Surely there are more than 1% of Indonesians that want those. Yet almost no parties say they would do so.