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Edition 17 July 2018

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  • Bank Indonesia Governor Perry Warjiyo: Our Economy is Stronger

    Bank Indonesia Governor Perry Warjiyo: Our Economy is Stronger

    PERRY Warjiyo, 59, is like a new captain directly encountering stormy waters.

  • Public Support on Government’s Debt

    Public Support on Government’s Debt

    Malaysia recently released an intitiative called Tabung Harapan to alleviate its national debt and appeal to public charity.

  • A Blank Page in Venice

    A Blank Page in Venice

    The Indonesia Pavilion in the Biennale Architettura 2018 La Biennale Venezia is awe-inspiring in its simplicity. The blank page received accolades from the public.

  • Giving their All

    Giving their All

    Pencak Dor does not apply many rules. Fighters must master numerous martial arts techniques to avoid injury.

  • Freestyle Fighting at Lirboyo

    Freestyle Fighting at Lirboyo

    The tradition of Pencak Dor, a freestyle martial arts competition, grew in an Islamic boarding school, or pesantren. At first the competition was meant as a way for students at Pesantren Lirboyo, Kediri, East Java to practice martial arts. Today, Pencak Dor is a prestigious festival for martial artists from various clubs and schools in East Java. The competition offers no reward, save for a warm dish of goat curry for both the winner and the defeated at the end of a fight.

  • Member of the government's formulating team, Enny Nurbaningsih: It's Completely Mistaken to Say Corruption Eradication could Be Weakened

    Member of the government's formulating team, Enny Nurbaningsih: It's Completely Mistaken to Say Corruption Eradication could Be Weakened

    DESPITE rejections on many fronts, the government is still bent on including corruption crimes in the Criminal Code (KUHP) draft revision.

  • Corruption Eradication Commission Deputy Chair, Laode Muhammad Syarif: Many Articles Benefit the Corrupt

    Corruption Eradication Commission Deputy Chair, Laode Muhammad Syarif: Many Articles Benefit the Corrupt

    THE Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) rejects the Criminal Code (KUHP) draft revision currently in deliberation at the House of Representatives (DPR).

  • Criminal Code’s Corruption Clauses

    Criminal Code’s Corruption Clauses

    The KPK and anti-corruption activists have expressed strong rejections against some corruption clauses in the Criminal Code’s draft revision. Both groups have made petitions and appealed to the President. Many clauses in the draft revision are seen as in favor of the corrupt.

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