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Jakarta provincial government announces its plan to revise the regional regulation No.2/2020 on Covid-19 mitigation.
The transportation ministry will subject cyclists to a number of safety requirements for both the bicycle and rider.
President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo said that the government continued to synchronize regulations sustainably.
The government does not make use of research as a basis for policymaking. Many problems have arisen because of the lack of comprehensive studies.
Through the passing of presidential regulation (perpres) No.82/2020, President Jokowi officially disbands 18 state institutions.
President Jokowi has issued a regulation on the sustainable management of the oil palm industry but it does not include critical elements.
The Indonesian Antigraft Society (MAKI) and other similar groups questioned the government's Perpu COVID-19 "immunity Article."
The State Palace rebuffed allegations that the government regulation in lieu of law or Perpu on COVID-19 was aimed at creating impunity for officials.
The Ministry of Trade has scrapped the legality requirement for timber export sector. Widespread illegal logging will start again.
The Consumers Foundation (YLKI) chief Tulus responded to the court's ruling that revoked the presidential rule on the premium hike of BPJS Kesehatan.
Jokowi has signed the regulations on online trade on November 20.
Cigarette corporations launched at the mandatory health warning label plan to cover 90 percent of a cigarette pack.
Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan will issue a regulation on the use of electric scooters (e-scooters) on the capital's streets.
Jakarta transportation agency is eyeing to finalize the regulation that would oversee the operations of electric scooters by GrabWheels.
President Jokowi demanded local administrations refrain from drafting many regulations as it would complicate the bureaucracy.
Coordinating Minister Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan admits that Indonesia's regulations on investment require improvement.
Setara Institute urges Jokowi to establish a national legislation center following many findings of regional regulation that promote intolerance.
The plan to control VPN emerged as the public utilized the service to access social media limited by Kominfo in response to the May 22 riot.
IDX economic researcher argues that the government should produce a rule to help control the promo war offered by online taxi companies.
The online ojek regulation is set to go into effect on May 1.