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The deliberations of omnibus laws that are taking place behind closed doors are causing suspicion. The government and the DPR must involve the public
If Jokowi and the House (DPR) had not blunted the spearhead of Indonesia's anti-corruption agency, this embarrassing drama would not have happened.
Flood controls in the capital city fall under long-term policies. Governor Anies Baswedan has become fixated on rhetoric.
The assassination of Soleimani has to be condemned. Indonesia needs to be prepared to face the impact of the US-Iranian conflict if it escalates.
The Jiwasraya scandal is a reflection of how atrocious monitoring of financial services in this country.
KPK made a tenacious effort to apprehend the Secretary-General of the Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDI-P) Hasto Kristiyanto.
Many people are continuing Abdurrahman Wahid's (Gus Dur) teachings in relation to tolerance and pluralism.
The new Minister of Maritime and Fisheries plans to annul the ban on the export of lobster hatchlings.
The central government and the regional administration are busy accusing each other to the cause of the floods that inundated Jakarta.
It feels like an insult to common sense if the public is expected to simply lap up the confessions of the two arrested suspects in Novel Baswedan case
The number of foreigner tourists visiting Indonesia has once again missed the mark. The government failed to do its homework.
The Indonesian government needs to take an active role in seeking peaceful closure in Xinjiang. It also needs to pay attention to similar problems.
A security approach has not ended the violence in Papua. The government needs to prioritize dialog.
In the midst of growing pessimism about democracy in Indonesia, the #reformasidikorupsi (reform corrupted) student movement was a small flame of hope.
The government is releasing new regulations to develop clean energy. It needs definite markers so rent-seekers cannot misuse it.
The United Nations Climate Change Conference in Madrid ended with no agreement. The government's aim to reduce carbon emission has become difficult.
The police still resort to brutality when executing their duties. President Jokowi should not take a hands-off approach in the matter.
The appointment of five public figures as members of the Corruption Eradication Commission Supervisory Board is definitely no cause for celebration.
The ecosystem restoration project to revive forest degradation is under threat. A result of government inconsistencies.
Overseeing all jihad and khilafah content in schools is not the solution to combat radicalism. A return to the basic aim of education is needed.