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President Jokowi on Monday said the government was ready to include the death penalty for corruptors in the regulations so long the people wanted it.
Democrats will maintain the two presidential terms mandated by the country's Constitution (Undang Undang/UU).
The Indonesian Survey Institute (LSI) survey found that the majority of Muslims in Indonesia embrace the Pancasila and 1945 Constitution.
The plan to revive State Policy Guidelines continues to be considered. A way to kill democracy through democracy.
Throughout last week, the People's Consultative Assembly (MPR) Speaker Bambang Soesatyo was in charge of delivering invitations.
MPR speaker Bambang Soesatyo stated there are many options to reinstate the State Policy Guidelines (GBHN) without amending the 1945 Constitution.
NasDem and Gerindra Party chairmen, Surya Paloh and Prabowo Subianto, held a meeting at Paloh's residence, Sunday, Oct. 13.
MPR speaker Bambang Soesatyo assured the amendment agenda of the 1945 Constitution did not include the mechanism of the presidential election.
The MPR PDIP faction deputy head Ahmad Basarah said the amendment of the 1945 Constitution will be limited to the reinstatement of GBHN.
MPR Democrat faction head Benny Harman said that there is no urgency to amend the 1945 Constitution.
MPR deputy head from PKB faction Jazilul affirms his party rejects the amendment of the 1945 Constitution if it is about the presidential office term.
Constitutional law expert Bivitri Susanti argues that the 1945 Constitutional amendment is driven by political elites, not the general public.
President Jokowi says the plans for a 1945 Constitutional amendment will be similar to opening Pandora's box.
President Jokowi officially opposes the 1945 Constitution amendment plan, which is a contrast to his main political backer PDIP.
The amendment of the 1945 Constitution (UUD) suggested by PDIP is still far from a collective agreement among political parties.
PDIP chairperson Megawati Soekarnoputri asserted that the terms 'opposition' and 'coalition' do not exist in Indonesia's constitution.
The Alliance of Independent Journalists (AJI) claimed that the restriction contradicts the 1945 Constitution.
LBH Pers argues that Wiranto's intention represents his approach toward the issue through government power instead of utilizing the Press Council.
Democratic Party criticized Wiranto's plan on forming a national legal team deemed an attack on freedom of expression.
TKN says the government subsidy cards offered by Jokowi is the physical form of what the Indonesian Constitution (Undang-Undang) has mandated.