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Edisi Monday, 30 January 2023

President Joko Widodo, accompanied by NasDem Party chairman Surya Paloh, inspects the party’s cadres participating in the National Defense Academy (ABN) in Jakarta, July 16, 2018. 
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Divisive Declaration

Surya Paloh and Jokowi’s relationship took a hit following the declaration of Anies Baswedan as a presidential candidate by NasDem. Cabinet ministers from the party may be facing a reshuffle.

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The Ups and Downs

Jokowi and Surya Paloh enjoyed a close relationship following the 2014 general elections. Surya was disappointed when Jokowi did not appoint an attorney general from NasDem.

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Cornered by Corruption

Some NasDem members consider the investigation into the BTS corruption case as a reprisal in the wake of Anies Baswedan’s presidential bid.

Edisi Monday, 23 January 2023

Nickel mining activities at Sangia’s former mining location at Mandiodo village, Molawe, North Konawe, Southeast Sulawesi, November 19, 2022. 
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Illegal Nickel Laundering

Mining companies launder illegal nickel all the way to smelting companies. They pay coordination fees to law enforcement officers.

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Nickel Profits in a Flurry of Slurry

The mining and processing of nickel is powering the local economy. It alters traditions and changes the environment.

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A Strike Culminates in a Riot

Employees at the nickel ore smelter Gunsbuster Nickel Industry in Morowali are killed during a riot. Workers demand certain rights.

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We Are Preparing a Law Enforcement Unit

The irony of nickel mining in Sulawesi: a raw material for a renewable source of energy comes through illegal exploitation that damages the forest.

Edisi Monday, 16 January 2023

Indonesian Medical Association (IDI) members stage a rally in front of the House of Representatives (DPR) building in Jakarta, November 28, 2022. They rejected the omnibus health bill, which was included in the priority list for deliberations on the National Legislation Program. 
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The Omnibus Health Law Controversies

The omnibus health bill allegedly was entrusted to the DPR by the government. It would give health ministry great authority.

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Russian-Educated Doctor Without a Stethoscope

The health ministry claims a scarcity in specialists. Doctors in specialist training will receive a stipend.

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A Pariah in One’s Country

Diasporic doctors are allegedly discriminated upon returning home. In other countries, medical associations only function as labor unions.

Edisi Monday, 9 January 2023

(L-R) Coordinating Minister for Political, Legal and Security Affairs Mahfud MD, Coordinating Minister for the Economy Airlangga Hartarto, Justice and Human Rights Deputy Minister Edward Omar Sharif Hiariej, prior to a press conference at the Presidential Palace, Jakarta, December 30, 2022. 
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A Regulation Issued at Year’s End

There are indications that work on the Government Regulation in lieu of Law on Job Creation began in mid-2022. The government was seeking a way around a Constitutional Court verdict so that the Job Creation Law could quickly go into effect.

 

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The Failed Compromise of Workers’ Elite

Rejecting the Perpu on Job Creation, groups of workers and civil societies plan to launch their actions. They are preparing their narrations and hashtags.

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No on Wage Setting, Yes on Incentives

Business owners are disappointed with the Government Regulation in lieu of Law on Job Creation. They are taking issue with regulation changes on wages and outsourcing, despite benefiting from incentives.

Edisi Monday, 2 January 2023

An illustration of “Jeda Kemanusiaan” (Humanitarian Pause) depicting a kid suffering malnutrition due to armed conflicts in Papua. 
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Malnourished and Displaced Children

The conflict in Papua has created a seemingly unending wave of refugees. Several children have died of malnutrition.

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A Humanitarian Pause in Limbo

The humanitarian pause in Papua remains unfulfilled. The National Human Rights Commission has not followed up on it, and the government has not formed an implementing team.

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The Tsunami Which Brought Peace

Similar as happened in Aceh, it has been difficult to implement a humanitarian pause in Papua. The conflicting parties need to create wider space for dialogue.

Edisi Monday, 26 December 2022

Women’s activists call for an end to sexual violence in Lhokseumawe, Aceh, December 9. The banner reads “Those who give birth to civilization do not deserve to be abused.”
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The Lonely Path of the Brave

Tempo’s People of the Year 2022 have been tenaciously and consistently breaking down barriers to put sexual violence in its rightful place as a social crime against humanity.

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Heroine of the Santri City

Ana Abdillah has been assisting victims of sexual violence since she was a college student. She is often subjected to threats both on social media and in the real world.

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Defending Women in The North

Saraiyah assists women and children in North Lombok, facing the very strong patriarchal tradition of the Sasak tribe.

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Turning Desperation into Hope

The agony from having endured sexual violence transforms Joan Patricia Kaho into a defender of fellow victims who seek justice.

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A Nun in Court

Fransiska Imakulata is at the helm of the Team of Volunteers for Humanity in Flores, handling sexual violence cases, including those involving priests.

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The Long Journey on the Outermost Islands

Tawaja Ramzia Djanoan provides guidance for female victims of sexual violence on the outermost islands of Indonesia. She initiates the Legal Aid Institute for Women and Children in North Maluku.

Edisi Monday, 19 December 2022

Defendant Ferdy Sambo at the South Jakarta District Court, December 7.
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Sambo’s Illegal Mining Intervention

Ferdy Sambo, who is currently facing trial in the case of the killing of his adjutant, is suspected to be connected to an illegal mining bribery case involving Ismail Bolong.

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Batuah Shares Dispute

The case of illegal mining in East Kalimantan emerges following a dispute between coal entrepreneurs, each claiming ownership of a coal company’s shares.

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I Am No Longer on the Police Force

Ferdy Sambo responds to questions about illegal mining cases in East Kalimantan. He declines to explain Ismail Bolong’s role in the matter.

 

Edisi Monday, 12 December 2022

Justice and Human Rights Minister Yasonna H Laoly (second right), accompanied by his deputy Edward Omar Sharif Hiariej (right), receives the document of the newly ratified Criminal Code (KUHP) from the House of Representatives’ (DPR) Legal Affairs Commission Chairman Bambang Wuryanto (left) during a plenary session at the DPR Complex in Jakarta, December 6.
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Law Experts’ Huge Relief

The new Criminal Code (KUHP) is ratified quickly despite containing problematic articles. Deputy Minister of Justice and Human Rights Eddy Hiariej is the driving force of the process with the help of Palace officials and lawmakers.

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A Fast Lobby

The government lobbied various groups before ratifying the new Criminal Code to anticipate protests and accelerate the deliberation process.

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Anyone Can Be a Victim

Groups rejecting the new Criminal Code are intensively producing social media content on controversial articles. Their posts face counter attacks from bots.

Edisi Monday, 5 December 2022

State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs) Minister Erick Thohir meets young local soccer players at the Lukas Enembe Stadium on the sidelines of the inauguration of the Papua Soccer Academy in Jayapura Regency, Papua, August 31. 
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Competition after the Tragedy

There are indications that SOEs Minister Erick Thohir will step forward as a candidate for PSSI general chairman. Some of his supporters are working to gain votes of support from soccer clubs and regional officials.

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Money in the Soccer Business

Each League 1 soccer club receives a commercial contribution of Rp5.5 billion. These funds come from the holder of broadcast rights that are paid to Liga Indonesia Baru.

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From Soccer to Fishing

The PSSI lobbied the police to resume League 1 competition. Players’ fate is in limbo.

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I Want to Focus on My Duties

The interview with Erick Thohir about PSSI chairman candidacy and his closeness to FIFA President Gianni Infantino.

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Better KLB than Bleeding Out

PSSI Chief Mochamad Iriawan opens up on the soccer association’s extraordinary congress.

Edisi Monday, 28 November 2022

TNI Commander Gen. Andika Perkasa (center front) with Navy Chief of Staff Adm. Yudo Margono (front right) on an amphibious tank after Andika Perkasa is inaugurated as an honorary member of the Marine Corps at Todak Beach, Dabo Singkep, Riau Islands, August 4.
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Will the Navy Claim the Top Spot?

Admiral Yudo Margono is reported to be the only Indonesian Military commander candidate submitted by President Jokowi. He has the support of Prabowo Subianto and Megawati Sukarnoputri.

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The Important Missions of the Battle Captain

Yudo Margono often led operations that drew public attention. The Nanggala-402 tragedy was a sad moment in his career.

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Competition for Top Military Post

The chances of Dudung Abdurachman becoming commander of the Indonesian Military are slim. There are lobbies in the DPR to approve of the President’s candidate.

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