Web of Terror
AS a former senior figure in the Indonesian Islamic State (NII), Imam Supriyanto had never forgotten his senior, Abdul Rosyid alias Abdul Kholis. Two years ago, Imam visited the home of Kholis in Ciputat, South Tangerang. He used to be my mentor, said Imam in Jakarta last week, referring to Kholis. At that time, Imam had already left the organization two years before. During those two years Imam never…
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THE meeting on the fifth floor of Graha Merah Putih, the office of Telekomunikasi Indonesia in Jakarta, on the first Wednesday in August was attended by all of the company's commissioners. Only one item was on the agenda: approving a corporate action plan on the swap of the shares belonging to Dayamitra Telecommunications (Mitratel), a tower company jointly owned by Telkom and Tower Bersama Infrastructure (TBIG).
According to plan, an approval letter from the board of commissioners would be sent to State-Owned Enterprises Minister Dahlan Iskan following the meeting.