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After being replaced as National Police Chief, Hoegeng Iman Santoso spent his days painting and playing music. His political activity with the Petition of 50 created a lot of difficulties in his life, including being prevented from traveling abroad.
The banking sector is on alert after the emergence of increased credit risk in the corporate segment. In order to mitigate the decline in credit quality, banks are scrambling to form adequate reserves. Additionally, efforts to provide credit relief or restructuring to corporations affected by the pandemic will continue.
Wills without Inheritance
The number of orphans increases due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Not all of them receive government assistance.
The justice selection process in the Judicial Commission sparks controversies. Some Supreme Court judge candidates have questionable track records.
We Did Not Win by Design
Youth and Sports Minister Zainudin Amali is not just assigned to improving governance of his ministry but also is the process of finalizing the national sports grand design. Focusing on the 14 key sports which include badminton and weightlifting, the blueprint is designed to improve the country’s performance up to the Olympic level.
A fish trader carries two sharks on the back of his motorbike in Ikua Koto, Padang, West Sumatra, Friday, August 13. The man claimed that he got the sharks because they accidentally got caught in a fishing net and he sold them for Rp1 million each, despite the regulations that ban such action. Antara/Iggoy el Fitra
Students participate in the 76 Bendera Merah Putih (Red-and-White Flag) Parade in Bugel, Krakitan, Bayat, Klaten, Central Java, Saturday, August 14. The parade and display of 76 Red-and-White flags, by elementary and junior high school students, is to commemorate the 76th Independence Day of the Republic of Indonesia and to instill the spirit of nationalism in the young generation. Antara/Aloysius Jarot Nugroho
How do we assess oil and gas projects that contribute to the realization of “Resilient Indonesia, Growing Indonesia”? How do they contribute to the rise of Indonesia's economic growth? What about their contributions to the transfer of knowledge for Indonesia? Or, their contribution to the development of the communities around their area of operations? Keep reading, we will get the answers to these three questions.