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  • The President Wants Me to Carry On

    The President Wants Me to Carry On

    Minister of Research and Technology/Chair of the National Research and Innovation Agency (BRIN) Bambang Brodjonegoro said he received full support from President Joko Widodo who asked BRIN to start working immediately. He also said that he had disagreements with the Minister of Administrative and Bureaucratic Reform Tjahjo Kumolo.

  • The Bull's Maze at the Research Institute

    The Bull's Maze at the Research Institute

    The research and technology ministry and the National Research and Innovation Agency (BRIN) are in a state of limbo. The PDI-P reportedly wants Megawati Soekarnoputri at the helm of BRIN steering committee.

  • There Is an Assumption That I Am Not Ready to Lead

    There Is an Assumption That I Am Not Ready to Lead

    Agus Harimurti Yudhoyono, the General Chairman of Democrat Party, answered various accusations on his leadership and disorder in his party.

  • Loyalty Letters to the Cikeas Party

    Loyalty Letters to the Cikeas Party

    Some regional Democrat Party officials are signing letters stating their loyalty to Agus Yudhoyono. Others are dissatisfied with Agus’ leadership.


  • News of a Coup at Gunung Gede

    News of a Coup at Gunung Gede

    It is said that Presidential Chief of Staff Moeldoko intended to take over leadership of the Democrat Party. He is suspected of involving Muhammad Nazaruddin, a former corruption case convict, to lobby regional party officials. Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono is monitoring the counter-offensive measures against Moeldoko.

  • Indonesia’s Corruption Perceptions Index Deteriorates
    News Capsule

    Indonesia’s Corruption Perceptions Index Deteriorates

    The main reason for the corruption perception index’ slump is global investors’ doubts over the government’s stance on fighting corruption.

  • New Police Chief to Revive Civilian Security Force
  • Long Holiday Blues

    Long Holiday Blues

    The government extends public activity restrictions (PPKM). Business owners lobby for the PPKM not to be extended.

  • Surrounded by Complaints

    Surrounded by Complaints

    The Election Organizer Ethics Council fired Arief Budiman as chairman of the General Elections Commission. It was the culmination of a previous dispute.


  • Sinovac Vaccine Certified Halal
  • Between Bed and Bedlam

    Between Bed and Bedlam

    Covid-19 patients struggle to find isolation rooms. Occupancy rate of isolation beds in the Capital reaches 87 percent.

  • Foreigners Banned from Entering Indonesia
  • Holiday Testing Blues

    Holiday Testing Blues

    Minister Luhut Pandjaitan is encouraging the use of antigen tests, which is seen as being more affordable and faster compared to the PCR tests. The antigen tests price is much higher than the base cost of the test kits.

  • Limited of Swab Testing

    Limited of Swab Testing

    Due to the government limiting the level of covid testing, people in several regions are having difficulty accessing swab tests.

  • Back to School?

    Back to School?

    A number of schools are ready to resume in-class learning this month, but they still need regional government authorization.

  • New MUI Leaders

    New MUI Leaders

    The new Indonesian Ulemas Council management does not include outspoken figures. Nahdlatul Ulama formed small teams to support Miftachul Akhyar’s candidacy.

  • Jokowi’s New Ministers

    Jokowi’s New Ministers

    Some new cabinet ministers were selected in line with the wishes of President Joko Widodo. Candidates for the cabinet reshuffle suggested by political parties were pushed aside.

  • Papuan Shepherds’  Moral Appeals

    Papuan Shepherds’ Moral Appeals

    Priests in Papua called for the retreat of soldiers and police. They criticize their bishops’ attitude.

  • Free Coronavirus Vaccines
    News Capsule

    Free Coronavirus Vaccines

    The government has decided to make vaccines against Coronavirus Disease 2019 or Covid-19 free for the people.

  • A Car for a Prospective Queen

    A Car for a Prospective Queen

    Edhy Prabowo is suspected of ordering his men to purchase luxury watches using bribe funds given in connection with the export of lobster larvae. There are also indications that he purchased at least two automobiles, one of them purportedly given to a beauty pageant finalist.

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