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  • Drug Permits Can be Revoked
    Interview

    Drug Permits Can be Revoked

    Penny Kusumastuti Lukito, Chair of Food and Drug Monitoring Agency:

  • Pandemic Management Must be Closely Monitored
    Interview

    Pandemic Management Must be Closely Monitored

    Tjandra Yoga Aditama, Professor of Pulmonology and Respiratory Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Indonesia: 

  • Contact Tracing is Still Inadequate
    Interview

    Contact Tracing is Still Inadequate

    Wiku Adisasmito, Expert Team Coordinator and Spokesperson for Covid-19 Response Task Force:

  • There has been Increase in Domestic Violence during the Pandemic
    Interview

    There has been Increase in Domestic Violence during the Pandemic

    Andy Yentriyani, Chair of National Commission on Violence against Women:

  • Dian Ediana Rae, chairman of Financial Transaction Reports  and Analysis Center: Our Financial System Is Not Immune from Illicit Money
    Interview

    Dian Ediana Rae, chairman of Financial Transaction Reports and Analysis Center: Our Financial System Is Not Immune from Illicit Money

    Financial Transaction Reports and Analysis Center (PPATK) has detected suspicious fund flows from several overseas companies to Indonesia involving several local banks.

  • Retno Lestari Priansari Marsudi, Foreign Minister: Rivalry Is Getting Fiercer During the Pandemic
    Interview

    Retno Lestari Priansari Marsudi, Foreign Minister: Rivalry Is Getting Fiercer During the Pandemic

    A Mid her desperate hunt for Covid-19 vaccines, Foreign Minister Retno Lestari Priansari Marsudi managed to successfully led Indonesia’s presidency over United Nations Security Council (UNSC) in August.

  • Email Salim, Economist and Environmentalist: Covid-19 Has Triggered Culture Shock
  • They Don’t Want to Listen to Me
    Interview

    They Don’t Want to Listen to Me

    Pandu Riono, Epidemiologist, Faculty of Public Health, University of Indonesia:

  • Unifah Rosyidi, Chair of the Executive Board, Indonesian Teachers Association: Government Should Not Pit Teachers Against Parents
    Interview

    Unifah Rosyidi, Chair of the Executive Board, Indonesian Teachers Association: Government Should Not Pit Teachers Against Parents

    Education and Culture Minister Nadiem Makarim’s decision to implement distance learning system during the Covid-19 pandemic has opened a Pandora’s box of problems. Countless teachers particularly those in the regions have found themselves overwhelmed.

  • Agus Dwi Susanto, Chairman, Indonesian Society of Respirology: Covid-19’s Manifestations Are Getting More Varied
    Interview

    Agus Dwi Susanto, Chairman, Indonesian Society of Respirology: Covid-19’s Manifestations Are Getting More Varied

    The number of health care workers dying from Covid-19 continues to climb. The Indonesian Medical Association has recorded that as of August 4, 74 doctors in total including three lung specialists who directly handled Covid-19 patients have died.

  • He Never Betrayed Poetry
    In Memoriam

    He Never Betrayed Poetry

    ESTEEMED poet Sapardi Djoko Damono breathed his last on Sunday, July 19. Esthetically speaking, his work achieved a level of its own in the Indonesian literary firmament.

  • Kusnandi Rusmil, Chief, Covid-19 Vaccine Research & Clinical Trial Team: We Got a Head Start to Develop the Vaccine Faster
    Interview

    Kusnandi Rusmil, Chief, Covid-19 Vaccine Research & Clinical Trial Team: We Got a Head Start to Develop the Vaccine Faster

    The phase III clinical trial of Sinovac Biotech Ltd’s Covid-19 vaccine has generated a lot of interest from prospective volunteers. Four days after the open registration began, over 1,000 volunteers have signed up for the trial conducted by the research team from the faculty of medicine of the Padjadjaran University in Bandung, West Java.

  • Johnny Gerard Plate, Communication and Informatics Minister:  Don’t Hinder Digital Transformation
    Interview

    Johnny Gerard Plate, Communication and Informatics Minister: Don’t Hinder Digital Transformation

    A Mid government’s efforts to speed up digitalization of broadcasting, the House of Representatives (DPR) decided to drop the broadcast law revision from its 2020 national legislative priorities.

  • Sri Mulyani Indrawati, Finance Minister: This is an Extraordinary Dilemma
    Interview

    Sri Mulyani Indrawati, Finance Minister: This is an Extraordinary Dilemma

    As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to restrict major public activities, the government predicts the national economic growth to take a nose dive to minus 4.3 percent in the second quarter. “For the most part, the drop is attributed to a sharp decline in consumer spending,” said Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati, 57, during a special interview with Tempo on July 17.

  • Government Doesn’t Take Ombudsman Seriously
    Interview

    Government Doesn’t Take Ombudsman Seriously

    Amzulian Rifai, Chairman of Indonesian Ombudsman:

  • I Need to Create a Friendly Business Climate
    Interview

    I Need to Create a Friendly Business Climate

    Trade Minister Agus Suparmanto spoke openly about his policies, his conflict with his former close confidant at a nickel mining operation in Central Sulawesi and his strategy in the midst of corona-virus pandemic.

  • Rappler CEO Maria Ressa: Journalists Can’t Work,  If They Are Afraid
    Interview

    Rappler CEO Maria Ressa: Journalists Can’t Work, If They Are Afraid

    Since Philippine President Rodrigo Roa Duterte came to power four years ago, Maria Ressa’s life has never been the same. Harassment and persecution—from cyber attacks to arrest warrants—keep coming in turn.

  • Rev. Benny Giay, Chairman of Synod of Indonesian Gospel Tabernacle Church in Papua:  Do We Have to Change the Color of Our Skin?
    Interview

    Rev. Benny Giay, Chairman of Synod of Indonesian Gospel Tabernacle Church in Papua:  Do We Have to Change the Color of Our Skin?

    Chairman of the Synod of Indonesian Gospel Tabernacle Church (Kingmi) Church in Papua, Rev. Benny Giay regretted the conviction of seven Papuan political prisoners who were tried for treason.

  • Rukka Sombolinggi, Secretary-General,  Indonesian Archipelago Indigenous People Alliance: Indigenous People’s Rights Exist Only in Constitution
  • Muhammad Syarifuddin, Chief Justice, Supreme Court: Judges Face Temptations Everyday
    Interview

    Muhammad Syarifuddin, Chief Justice, Supreme Court: Judges Face Temptations Everyday

    JUST like government institutions’ heads in other countries, Supreme Court’s Chief Justice Muhammad Syarifuddin does not know what it is like to work from home even as the Covid-19 pandemic rages on. He still goes to work and has familiarized himself with video conferencing from a designated cubicle at the corner of his office.

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