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President Jokowi and Malaysian Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin talked of South China Sea issues during a bilateral meeting today in Jakarta.
The Indonesian Covid-19 Task Force announced 13,094 new cases as of Tuesday, January 26, totaling the number to 1 million or 1,012,350 infections.
China is stealing a march on Western drugmakers in the COVID-19 vaccine race in developing nations.
Joko Widodo must establish an independent fact-finding team to investigate the killings of six members of the Islam Defenders Front (FPI).
CORE research director, Piter Abdullah, noted three aspects in the first year of President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo's second administration.
IN the drawing up of the Job Creation Law, the House (DPR) acted exactly like a furniture factory producing a wooden cupboard
The President has removed BIN from the responsibilities of the coordinating ministry for political, legal and security affairs.
Fahri Hamzah says he would continue to criticize the government despite having been honored with the Mahaputera Nararya service star by Jokowi himself
IN its response to the coronavirus and the problems that it causes, the government should not be hasty or reactive, or try makeshift solutions.
Covid-19 has become the most "political" virus. There has never been a time when the political fate of world leaders is determined by a disease.
The treaty with the Swiss government will not immediately make it easier to recover money deposited by convicted corruptors in that nation.
When complaining in front of his cabinet, the President simply showed his weak leadership. It is time to replace incompetent ministers.
HACKING mobile phones, social media accounts and access to other digital services now is apparently the new way to restrict freedom of opinion.
Chairman of Kingmi Church in Papua, Rev. Benny Giay, regretted the conviction of seven Papuan political prisoners who were tried for treason.
Joko Widodo may well give the excuse that the nomination of his son and son-in-law in a regional head election this December does not break any rules.
The move by President Joko Widodo to increase the Health Care and Social Security Agency (BPJS Kesehatan) premiums at the beginning of May is mistaken
ONLY with transparency will the people be aware of the risks of their every action, especially when the new normal is now staring us in the face.
In this time of the Covid-19 pandemic, social assistance from the government can be a lifeline for millions of people affected.
The government is appearing increasingly authoritarian during this Covid-19 pandemic. This could damage its credibility.
Tegal Mayor Dedy Yon Supriyono has blocked a number of access routes to the city in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.