This article rests on the thesis that economic interest is the implicit end of Indonesian political agents. Economic interest, the implicit end, is the main driving force that cause the deterioration of the quality of Indonesian democracy. Various phenomena that cause the deterioration of the quality of Indonesian democracy will be understood and explained through the political strategies of Niccolo Machiavelli as a conceptual framework. Furthermore, the ideal political perspective from Bernhard Sutor which is sustained by Marx's idea of basic and superstructure will be used to find the implicit end which moves political agents and influences existing political phenomena. This article concludes with a number of thoughts that remind and prepare Indonesian society, especially the readers, to seriously consider their political choices in April 2019, in order to improve the quality of Indonesian democracy.