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The Corruption Eradication Commission is caught in the middle of it
Mengapa Aceh yang sering dituding langgar HAM menjadi yang terdepan dalam upaya penyelamatan pengungsi etnis Rohingya?
Di buku memoarnya Lee Kuan Yew mengenang pertemuan pertama dengan Presiden Sukarno Singapura berpenduduk 1 5 juta Indonesia 100 juta Singapura punya mobil 10 000 Jakarta 50 000 Bagaimana situasi sekarang?
Behind the weakening of KPK is a story of politics rivalries and brinkmanship at the cost of progress in the country’s fight against corruption writes Natalia Soebagjo
Ahok s ambitious plans for Asian Games 2018 Indonesia s medals so far from Incheon how to get the iPhone 6 in Indonesia and more
The ruling Democratic Party s official position gives the upper hand to the political parties who are against a controversial bill that seeks to get rid of direct elections for governors mayors and district heads
Threats to local democracy fuel subsidy stalemate and corruption arrests are all signs of a tense transition to President elect Joko Widodo
Analysts say political parties are pushing for the controversial regional elections bill to force Jokowi and Megawati to start negotiating with them
Subsidized fuel price hike talks objections to amendments to the legislative bodies law a massive gas line explosion and more
There are deep reasons why it will be difficult for Jokowi to keep political powerbrokers at bay but the eyes of his millions of energized supporters will hold his government to a higher standard
In his mind Prabowo has been betrayed three times by the people who have been declared victors in the 2014 election Stanley Weiss writes
Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono says Australia s silence on a gag order on a banknote printing corruption creates suspicion around him and other officials mentioned
La Porta: It is possible that Jokowi could achieve the 44 plurality some forecast in the presidential election but against Prabowo s rising 28 percent the election is increasingly becoming a real – and possibly too close to call – contest
With the election cycle in Indonesia just beginning Jokowi is a potentially transformative figure