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The civil coalition condemned the police criminal and civil report filed by Luhut against Haris Azhar and Fatia Maulidiyanti.
KontraS assessed that the government of Joko "Jokowi" Widodo is still restricting people's freedom of speech and expression.
Democrat Party Chairman Agus Harimurti Yudhoyono (AHY) states that his party would continue to stay out of the ruling coalition.
Democrat Party leader AHY spoke about democracy and how it is needed to help the government mitigate the Covid-19 pandemic.
A number of elements assess that the joining of PAN to President Jokowi's government coalition is increasingly endangering democracy in Indonesia.
Andi Arief, a Democrat Party politician, is reported for allegedly making threats through electronic media.
The public will benefit from the appearance of high-quality politicians in the presidential election.
The Jokowi administration sets back democracy in Indonesia. Civil freedoms and the eradication of corruption are under threat.
An LP3ES latest survey revealed that the public is now becoming more afraid to express opinions, gather, and create a union.
Coordinating Minister Mahfud Md clarified his previous statement on asking the public not to be completely disappointed with the corrupt government.
The internal conflict in the National Awakening Party (PKB) must be resolved democratically. There must be no government intervention.
A group of people in Indonesia held an event dubbed 'Gowes for Democracy' as a solidarity act for the people of Myanmar.
The Alliance of Indonesian Journalists (AJI) of Jakarta reports the alleged persecution of Tempo journalist Nurhadi by police members to Komnas HAM.
The Press Council appreciated the National Police Chief General Listyo Sigit Prabowo who apologized and revoked the telegram letter on media coverage.
Political parties have started their quest for power in the 2024 elections and are forgetting their role to improve the quality of democracy.
President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo has called for an immediate halt to violence in Myanmar to avert climbing death toll.
Conquering the Democrat Party - through Moeldoko or 'defanged' Agus Yudhoyono - for temporary benefits of Jokowi is more than just a power play.
The proposal to revise the electronic Information and Transactions Law put forth by President Joko Widodo has faded away.
Lokataru Foundation responded to President Jokowi's statement on the idea of revising the Law on Information and Electronic Transactions or ITE Law.
DPR Deputy Speaker, Azis Syamsuddin, welcomed the central government's plan to revise the ITE Law in consideration of many vague articles.