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Edition 06 May 2019

  • Making Profits In just Three Months
    Cover Story

    Making Profits In just Three Months

    Garuda Indonesia is believed to be inappropriately recording its revenue. Two commissioners refused to sign the state-owned airline’s financial report. Their objection letters have sparked a debate.

  • Pioneering Inflight Connectivity
    Cover Story

    Pioneering Inflight Connectivity

    When the company launched its business two years ago, Mahata Aero Teknologi was touted as the first low-cost inflight Internet operator. Recently the company received financing from a Dubai investor.

  • Aiming for the Jakarta-Jeddah Route
    Cover Story

    Aiming for the Jakarta-Jeddah Route

    Garuda Indonesia’s leadership is pursuing various avenues to overcome the company’s losses. The airline has minor pilgrimage and haj customers in its sights.

  • I Have No Wish for Trickery
    Cover Story

    I Have No Wish for Trickery

    Garuda Indonesia Finance Director Fuad Rizal

  • Parliamentary Newcomers
    National

    Parliamentary Newcomers

    Some prominent legislative candidates failed to get elected. The coattail effect was not seen in the legislative election.

  • The Cost of Politics
    National

    The Cost of Politics

    Competing against fellow party members and other political parties, some legislative candidates have spent billions of rupiah during their campaign runs. However, large spending does not guarantee an election victory.

  • Not Enough to Get the Votes
    National

    Not Enough to Get the Votes

    Running on the issues of anti-polygamy and anti-corruption, the public was not very interested in voting for the Indonesian Solidarity Party (PSI). Large media campaigns did not guarantee DPR seats.

  • Jokowi To Move the Capital
    News Capsule

    Jokowi To Move the Capital

    President Joko Widodo decided to move the capital out of Java during a limited cabinet meeting at the State Palace, Monday, April 29.

  • Waiting for the Second Oil Miracle
    Economy

    Waiting for the Second Oil Miracle

    Yopie Hidayat (Contributor)

  • Conflict on the Ninth Floor
    Law

    Conflict on the Ninth Floor

    Members of the police seconded to the KPK objected the appointment of the institution’s internal investigators. The conflict involved former police investigators in the anti-corruption commission.

  • Law

    Law

    The Petition That Rocked the Commission

    Hundreds of KPK employees forwarded a petition complaining about leakages and impediments when they handle cases. Accusations were directed to enforcement deputy, Inspector General Firli.

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  • Interview

    Ilham Saputra: General Election Commission Commissioner  Enough with Simultaneous Elections

    Ilham Saputra: General Election Commission Commissioner Enough with Simultaneous Elections

    This year’s presidential and legislative elections simultaneously held on April 17 have left a trail of sorrows in its wake.

  • Outreach

    Village Thrives with a Clean River

    Village Thrives with a Clean River

    Residents of Jagran hamlet in Klaten cleaned and reordered the Pusur River and its surroundings. The economy of the village has flourished thanks to tourism.

  • Letters

    Wisjnuprapto’s Clarification

    Wisjnuprapto’s Clarification

    I am not a Tempo reader and I do not subscribe to this weekly magazine.

  • Photo

    Picture Window

    COME CLEAN

    COME CLEAN Workers clean and repaint the dome of Istiqamah Mosque in Pekanbaru, Riau, Wednesday, May 1. The cleaning ritual of Islamic worship places is done to welcome the Ramadan fasting month, which this year starts on May 6. ANTARA/Rony Muharrman HOLLY REFLECTION Muslims perform the first Taraweeh evening prayer at the Baitul Makmur Grand Mosque, Meulaboh, West Aceh, Aceh, Sunday, May 5. The majority of Muslims in Indonesia begun to fast on Monday, May 6, which marked the start of this year’s Ramadan fasting month. ANTARA/Syifa Yulinnas

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  • Garuda’s Dubious Report
    Opinion

    Garuda’s Dubious Report

    The polemic over Garuda Indonesia’s financial report would not need to go on so long if the airline provided a straightforward explanation about its income and the cooperative contract it obtained in 2018.

  • Pricey Road to Senayan
    Opinion

    Pricey Road to Senayan

    Money politics is still widespread in legislative elections. Improvements are needed to the recruitment of candidates and to campaign tactics.

  • No More Dispute, Please
    Opinion

    No More Dispute, Please

    The poor performance of the Law Enforcement Division has triggered internal conflict within the KPK. The corruption eradication agenda could be under threat.

  • The Capital Project
    Opinion

    The Capital Project

    President Jokowi needs to consider his plan to relocate the capital. History shows that many nations have failed with similar projects.

  • Come Clean
    Picture Window

    Come Clean

    Workers clean and repaint the dome of Istiqamah Mosque in Pekanbaru, Riau, Wednesday, May 1. The cleaning ritual of Islamic worship places is done to welcome the Ramadan fasting month, which this year starts on May 6.

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