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Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) investigators arrested Probolinggo Regent Puput Tantriana Sari and her husband Hasan Aminuddin, for their alleged involvement in trading administrative appointments. The KPK has been following this possible corruption case for two years, but was unsuccessful to make arrests until now as sting operation plans were frequently leaked.
Optimism Can Boost the Immune System
President Joko Widodo appointed Coordinating Minister for the Economy Airlangga Hartarto to oversee the enforcement of multi-level public activity restrictions or PPKM outside Java and Bali following the surge in Covid-19 cases caused by the Delta variant. Amid the challenging job of managing the pandemic, Golkar Party’s Chair still manages to go on political canvassing trips to several regions.
Jokowi's administration is once again pursuing the debtors who received Bank Indonesia Liquidity Assistance (BLBI) totaling Rp110.4 trillion. There must be no seeking of political benefit.
Sunda Hejo’s Green Dream
Sunda Hejo was started by a group of people concerned about their environment in Garut, West Java. Now it runs a coffee cooperative that breaks through international markets.
After The Raging Floods
RESIDENTS walk along piles of woods and tree trunks carried away during a flash flood in Rogo village, Sigi, Central Sulawesi, Monday, August 30. The flash flood which occurred on the night before due to heavy rains broke the river embankment, swept away and buried dozens of houses. Antara/Basri Marzuki
A FARMER inspects a light bulb at a dragon fruit plantation in Purwoharjo, Banyuwangi, East Java, Sunday, August 29. State electricity company PLN’s Electrifying Agriculture program provides artificial lighting for dragon fruit plants. It helps farmers increase fruit productivity because plants undergo a 24-hour photosynthesis process which helps them bear more fruit, despite the season. Antara/Budi Candra Setya