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The National Human Rights Commission has just completed collecting facts and statements surrounding the riots during the May 21-23 protests.
A political researcher Edward Aspinall found that the decline in the quality of democracy is not happening in Indonesia only.
Throughout last week, the People's Consultative Assembly (MPR) Speaker Bambang Soesatyo was in charge of delivering invitations.
Jokowi has not confirmed yet when the Perpu on KPK would be issued.
Fingers were immediately pointed at the Peatland Restoration Agency (BRG) in the wake of the devastating forest fire.
KPK's Deputy Chair Saut Situmorang said that his agency had marked the candidates in red and black inks for the selection committee.
More than two years have passed, and the acid attack on Novel Baswedan remains unsolved.
The selection process of candidate leaders for the KPK garnered much criticism because the committee invited candidacies from the police force.
Education and Culture Minister Muhadjir Effendy saw himself becoming the bone of some parents' life in the past month.
All the hard work the KPK has put in the Bank Indonesia Liquidity Assistance (BLBI) graft case is now on the brink of going up in smoke.
The election result dispute trial that kept the entire nation on its toes has finally reached an end.
The Indonesian armed forces (TNI), particularly the army, found itself caught in a crossfire between supporters of Joko Widodo and Prabowo Subianto.
BNPT and Foreign Ministry apply a series of screening mechanisms before allowing former ISIS sympathizers originally from Indonesia to return home.
Public orations rejecting the quick count results of the 2019 presidential election trouble President Jokowi.
The online ojek regulation is set to go into effect on May 1.
Since the TNI law came in effect 15 years ago, placement of active generals was restricted only in 10 state institutions.
The chair of Women's Commission said the Law for the Elimination of Sexual Violence could provide legal protection to victims.
Tempo was granted the chance to interview Anang Hermansyah on the Music Draft Bill (RUU Permusikan) that he initiated back in 2015.
Tokopedia has become Indonesia's largest online shopping site with some 90 million users a month, five million sellers, and 2,600 employees.
He said that Indonesia has everything from labor forces to natural resources.