Saturday, 25 May 2013 | 06:20
This exhibition is aimed at increasing the cultural ties between
Yogyakarta and NTT in order to rid NTT's poor image of being
initiators of violence.
Saturday, 25 May 2013 | 05:26
Tourism villages still lack facilities and infrastructure and
have difficulties asking for aid from the government.
Thursday, 07 June, 2012 | 22:21 WIB
Religion-Based Parties Lose Voter Support
TEMPO Interactive, Jakarta:A survey conducted by the Soegeng Surjadi Syndicate revealed that voters are beginning to turn away from religion-based parties. The survey data, collected from 2,192 respondents, showed that none of the religion-based parties managed to gain 10 percent of votes.
“Voters tend to vote for nationalist parties,” said survey coordinator Muhammad Dahlan during a survey release of 2014 Presidential Elections Mapping at the Four Seasons Hotel in Jakarta on Wednesday.
The survey was conducted on May 14 to 24 using a stratified random sampling method. The result showed that Golkar Party ranked highest with 23 percent of votes, followed by the Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDI-P) with 19.6 percent, the Democrat Party with 10.7 percent votes and the Greater Indonesia Movement Party (Gerindra) with 10.5 percent.
IRA GUSLINA SUFA