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IF the government had been quicker to take the right steps to calm the situation, the disturbances in Papua would not have spread. But exactly the opposite happened: protests spread giving the impression they could not be stopped.
A number of problematic candidates have passed the selection process for the leadership of the Corruption Eradication Commission. This is a failure of the selection committee.
Chemical castration as a punishment violates human rights. The government and the parliament needs to end it.
The government’s hasty plan to move the nation’s capital to East Kalimantan is not solving anything.