The situation we live in Spain is similar to the color revolutions in Ukraine, but here, first matter to be cleared is the comparison that I consider correct in a political - geopolitical view:
The project of federalizing the Syrian Arab Republic includes a number of interrelated factors which could worsen the situation in the Middle East and have far-reaching consequences not only for the country itself but also for the countries that are directly or indirectly involved in the current settlement of the crisis.
All told, there are seven pressure points inside Indonesia that could be organically activated or externally provoked either separately or in synchronization in order to destabilize the authorities and move the country ever closer to the autonomy-
The last thing that Indonesia’s leaders want to have happen is that the governing-administrative model devolves to the point of becoming unmanageable. The federalization fear that was described above could likely only come about via a series of nationwide destabilizations, whether synchronized with one another or separately carried, and only in the scenario that the country and its military are too weak to propose anything other than autonomy as a solution.