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The police have yet to investigate a certain businessman's trillions of rupiah in suspicious transactions. Customs reform is at stake.
The police violated the constitution when they detained a journalist and intimidated farmers protesting against an oil palm company in South Kalimantan.
Politics tarnished Jakarta's Car Free Day two weeks ago. Using the masses are a setback to democracy.
Without proper clarification, the leaked conversation between State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs) Minister Rini Soemarno and state electricity company PLN CEO Sofyan Basir would only create suspicious rumors.
An export-import businessman allegedly distributed Rp1.5 trillion to state officials. Customs officers and members of the police are involved.
Sandiaga Salahuddin Uno, Chair of Gerindra Party's 2019 Presidential Campaign Team: Prabowo No Longer Has Any Ambition
The Ombudsman and the government insist their respective data on illegal foreign workers is accurate. Foreign workers are suspected of exploiting Indonesia's mild visitor visa requirements.
Minister Siti Nurbaya's decision to annul Freeport's waste management shook the divestment process. Things were ironed out only after a meeting of four ministers.
Two sensibilities seem to have merged in a unique alliance: Hanafi's abstract art and Goenawan Mohamad's biomorphism.
Backyard Organic Farming
A company owned by Andi Syamsuddin Arsyad, known as Haji Isam, reported locals and a journalist to the police. The police are accused of taking sides.
THE West Java Police has issued a letter terminating its investigation into Islamic Defenders Front (FPI) leader Rizieq Shihab's alleged defamation of the national ideology Pancasila and against Indonesia's first President Sukarno.
As an agrarian country, Indonesia is faced with a rather ironic predicament: more and more people have shied away from agriculture, mainly because of the stigma that farmers are a poverty-ridden segment.
Is it true that the mind is better than might? Javanese sayings often say so: akal' is better than 'okol', reason is better than brute force.