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Pertamina finally took over ownership of Trans-Pacific Petrochemical Indotama. The corruption by the previous owner is a debt that must be repaid.
The KPK should investigate those who gave orders for the bribe to be paid to a number of Bekasi Regency officials.
The government issued a joint decision letter to anticipate radicalism among civil servants. Possibility of a backfire is rampant.
If the sanctions against Dr. Terawan are ignored, the entire structure and mechanism for the regard of ethics in medicine here will go to pot.
Tito Karnavian has rolled out a proposal to assess all regional elections. This would make it impossible for alternative leaders to come forward.
Jokowi's administration is prioritizing prevention rather than prosecution of corruption. This will only nurture collusion.
Imports of waste should be stopped. There is an opportunity in the regulations.
The move by State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs) Minister Erick Thohir to completely overhaul the top echelon of his ministry deserves appreciation.
Building permits and environmental impact analysis are still needed for infrastructure development. The process must be simplified.
The people and companies lose out because of the growth of thuggery in parking areas.
The offer by Tomy Winata's group of its harbor in Maluku as a temporary logistics port for the Masela Block project must be viewed carefully.
At a time when the economy is sluggish, the collection of taxation revenues is poor. There is a need for a proper budgeting policy.
The Bekasi city administration has given thugs the right to manage the parking. The state must not give in to thuggery.
Collusion between doctors and pharmaceutical companies over the sale of medicines still continues.
Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan should thank the people who uncovered the irregularities in the proposed provincial budget.
Many hope that the new state-owned enterprises minister will sort out the chaos in the management of state-owned companies.
The plan to establish a province of South Papua could trigger new conflicts. The government has failed to understand the roots of the problem.
Our education system does not push students to think critically or be creative. It must not simply produce people ready for employment.
President Jokowi involves many political parties in his new cabinet, aiming at forming a government that is strong and effective.
The state-owned enterprises ministry is to implement its scheme for rescuing Jiwasraya. This will become a bad precedent.