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Edition 18 September 2018

  • The Governor’s Gold Fever
    Cover Story

    The Governor’s Gold Fever

    The KPK is looking into suspected corruption taking place during the divestment and sale of the West Nusa Tenggara regional government’s shares in the Newmont gold mining company. Governor Muhammad Zainul Majdi held funds in personal bank accounts belonging to himself and his wives. A Bakrie Group company was involved as well.

  • Rini’s Orchestral Moves to Replace Directors
    Economy

    Rini’s Orchestral Moves to Replace Directors

    The changing of Garuda’s board of directors was discussed well in advance. The Ministry of State-Owned Enterprises went back and forth to discuss Garuda with Ari Askhara.

  • Hunting Season for the Special Detachment
    National

    Hunting Season for the Special Detachment

    Following the inauguration of the new anti-terrorism law, the police have arrested at least 350 terrorist suspect. Their families point to procedural violations.

  • Niskala and Sakala on Bali
    Books

    Niskala and Sakala on Bali

    The vivid cover of the square-format book immediately catches one’s attention and the fact that the author, Jean Couteau, is not Balinese.

  • Aceh Youths Against Corruption
    Outreach

    Aceh Youths Against Corruption

    Aceh youths are trained to become agents against corruption. In the one-year training program, students are taught both in the classroom and through field practice.

  • Theodore Permadi Rachmat, Entrepreneur:
    Interview

    Theodore Permadi Rachmat, Entrepreneur:

    There’s no problem even if the rupiah hits 16,000 against the US dollar

  • Tackling Terrorism Without Terror
    Opinion

    Tackling Terrorism Without Terror

    The police have secretly apprehended and detained hundreds of suspected terrorists. Such actions are vulnerable to human rights violations.

  • Contention at the Initial Review
    Cover Story

    Contention at the Initial Review

    Despite having evidence of a flow of funds and calculating state losses, the KPK is not ready to name any suspects in the Newmont divestment case. Some are insisting a financial audit be conducted.

  • Local Start-up Goes Global
    Economy

    Local Start-up Goes Global

    A number of startup companies are expanding their businesses overseas. The Southeast Asian market is wide open.

  • Expelled and Under Surveillance
    National

    Expelled and Under Surveillance

    SIX months ago Ardilla Sholihatun Nisa, 18, left her home in the village of Mekarjati, Haurgeulis, Indramayu, West Java.

  • Opinion

    Opinion

    Cleaning Up the Voters Roll

    The Elections Supervisory Agency has found two million double names registered in the permanent voting roll. Data collection must be improved.

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  • Cover Story

    Flowing Far from Newmont

    Working with the Financial Transaction Reports and Analysis Center (PPATK), the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) are investigating suspected corruption and money laundering by Governor of West

  • Economy

    Go-jek in Regional Markets

    Go-Jek was launched in Vietnam, challenging Grab’s domination in the Southeast Asian market.

  • National

    Defeating Terrorists Sporadically

    THE Police has arrested at least 350 terrorist suspects after the inmate riots at the Mobile Brigade Command Headquarters Prison in Kelapa Dua, Depok, West Java, in May.



  • Muhammad Zainul Majdi:
    Cover Story

    Muhammad Zainul Majdi:

    That Flow of Funds Was a Loan and Contributions

  • Handcuffs for Dead Men
    National

    Handcuffs for Dead Men

    Three suspected terrorists died at the hands of the police in Yogyakarta. Eyewitnesses noticed suspicious moves.

  • Chair, Muhammadiyah Central Board, Busyro Muqoddas:
    National

    Chair, Muhammadiyah Central Board, Busyro Muqoddas:

    Densus 88 Has Foggy Standard Operating Procedures

  • Chief of Public Relations Division of the National Police, Brigadier General Dedi Prasetyo:
  • Sidelines

    In the third week of August, 1968, the city of Prague was nearly lost. In the middle of the night of August 20, 250,000 troops from five Eastern bloc countries, at the order of the Soviet rulers in Moscow, entered and occupied the capital of Czechoslovakia.

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