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Edisi Monday, 30 January 2023

The Ups and Downs of Jokowi and NasDem

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The Ups and Downs of Jokowi and NasDem

The government coalition becomes unsteady after NasDem nominated Anies Baswedan. Jokowi needs to keep his roles as a politician and head of state separate.

Opinion

The Missteps of Papua Governor

Lukas Enembe is accused of embezzling Papua special autonomy funds. He has repeatedly been named in connection with corruption cases.

Opinion

The Blank Maps of Agrarian Conflict

Agrarian conflicts continued to flare during the pandemic. The Job Creation Perpu has worsened the management of land.

Opinion

Continuing Failure to Manage Rice

The price of rice has risen steadily since the beginning of the year. Market intervention should not involve traders.

Edisi Monday, 23 January 2023

The Big Names Behind Illegal Mining

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The Big Names Behind Illegal Mining

An investigation by Tempo found illegal nickel mining by people claiming to be close to the authority.

Opinion

A Loophole in Resolving Human Rights Abuses

Jokowi announces the resolution of gross human rights violations without a proper and ideal judicial process. This gives the impression of haste.

Opinion

Judicial Mafia in the Sambo Case

The Ferdy Sambo trial is marred by a video of a conversation between a judge and a woman. Beware of the judicial mafia.

Opinion

Wrong Subsidies for Electric Vehicles

Subsidies for purchases of electric vehicles are vulnerable to conflicts of interest. Operators of public transportation must receive assistance.

Edisi Monday, 16 January 2023

Slow Down with the Health Bill

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Slow Down with the Health Bill

The Legislation Body at the DPR has been secretive when drawing up the omnibus health bill. There must be no repeat of the mistakes with the Job Creation Law.

Opinion

The Hypocrisy of Police Reforms

Reforms of the National Police have continued for more than 20 years. ‘Certain individuals’ are always blamed.

Opinion

A Legacy of Damaged Environment

The Job Creation Perpu retains the provisions that have the potential to lead to environmental destruction. Do not sacrifice future generations for the interests of wealthy tycoons.

Opinion

The Problem with Integrating Pension Funds

The integration of SOEs pension funds will make it easier to control and manage them. But centralization can invite moral hazard.

Edisi Monday, 9 January 2023

The Devious Omnibus Regulation

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The Devious Omnibus Regulation

The government issued a job creation omnibus regulation in lieu of law (perpu) ignoring a Constitutional Court ruling. This is proof of the increasing signs of autocratic legalism.

Opinion

Elections Commission's Injustice Act

The General Elections Commission (KPU) allegedly intimidated regional KPUs when carrying out factual verification. This damages the legitimacy of the 2024 election results.

Opinion

Promoting Funding for the Arts

Indonesian art persisted during the pandemic. A number of artists are not yet able to access the cultural endowment fund.

Opinion

The Export Ban Boomerang

The policy boosting downstream industries cannot be applied to all minerals. It would be better to raise export tariffs.

Edisi Monday, 2 January 2023

Humanity First, Then a Pause

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Humanity First, Then a Pause

The conflict in Papua has resulted in malnourished displaced people. The humanitarian pause does not touch on the concrete problems in Papua.

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Universities Unsure how to Deal with Sexual Violence

Persecution at Gunadarma University has exposed the way campuses deal with sexual violence. The police have also acted recklessly.

Opinion

When Nature Spreads a Curse

There were thousands of disasters in 2022. This was partly due to policies that ignore the environment.

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Intercity Bus Services on Autopilot

Rising demand for the premium service sector has led to increasing growth in the intercity bus industry. Government support is needed.

Edisi Monday, 26 December 2022

Defenders for Victims of Sexual Violence

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Defenders for Victims of Sexual Violence

Five women who tenaciously supported victims of sexual violence have been chosen as Tempo’s People of the Year 2022. They fought hard to demand justice for these victims.

Opinion

Stop Playing Games with the Election

The KPU gives the green light to political parties that do not meet the factual verification requirements. This damages democracy.

Opinion

Deceitful Spy Pretending to be a Journalist

The tactic of police intelligence officers pretending to be a journalist is exposed. This is a deceitful disguise that could erode public trust.

Opinion

The Double-Edged Sword of the Finance Omnibus Law

The new financial regulation regime that drastically changes many aspects of Indonesian financial architecture is passed into law. There are many shortcomings that could threaten the financial system.

Edisi Monday, 19 December 2022

Ending the Wars Within Our Police

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Ending the Wars Within Our Police

The Ismail Bolong case cannot be separated from the role of Ferdy Sambo. This is the all-time low point of law enforcement.

Opinion

Reforming Our Drugs Oversight

The National Consumers Protection Agency has found that the Food and Drugs Monitoring Agency was negligent in its oversight of the cough syrups that caused acute kidney injuries in children. The pharmaceutical industry must pay compensation.

Opinion

False Hope in Papua

Because it does not involve all of the main parties in the conflict, the Papuan humanitarian pause might come to nothing. A more inclusive dialogue is needed.

Opinion

Another Self-Inflicted Sugar Crisis

Stocks of refined crystal sugar are almost at zero level because of the government’s delay in issuing import permits. This is a result of confusion over data and poor coordination between ministries.

Edisi Monday, 12 December 2022

A Threatening New Criminal Code

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A Threatening New Criminal Code

A number of articles in the new Criminal Code move Indonesia further away from a being a modern democratic nation. It is a perfect collaboration between supporters of the authoritarianism of the New Order era.

Opinion

Homework for the Transformational Teachers

Launched two years ago, the Transformational Teacher program is starting to show results in a number of schools. It needs to be more inclusive in order to prevent the appearance of elitism among teachers.

Opinion

The Future of Mangrove after the G20 Summit

Our mangrove forests are experiencing the fastest deforestation in the world. The saving of mangroves must go beyond mere rhetoric on the global stage.

Opinion

Rethinking Our Satellite

The plan to reuse the 123 degrees east satellite orbital slot has the potential to waste state funds. It is an outdated technology.

Edisi Monday, 5 December 2022

Keep Politics Out of Soccer

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Keep Politics Out of Soccer

A number of well-known politicians are vying for the job of PSSI chair. Soccer should be kept away from the political or business interests of its managers.

Opinion

The Major Battle of Women Ulema

There are hopes that the Indonesian Women Ulema Congress can end the dominance of the patriarchy. They must become more than spectators.

Opinion

The Fate of Customary Forests

There is still very little recognition for customary forests. Commitment from the government and initiatives in the form of regulations are needed in order to ensure that indigenous people can live a sustainable life.

Opinion

Incompetent Rice Management

As long as President Joko Widodo fails to improve the accuracy of rice data, food policy will always be in disarray. Both supporters and opponents of rice imports have problems.

Edisi Monday, 28 November 2022

Keeping the Generals Out of Politics

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Keeping the Generals Out of Politics

Negotiations among the elite characterize the process of selecting the TNI commander. The neutrality of the military is at stake.

Opinion

Cleaning up the Judges

The new leadership of the IKAHI has an opportunity to improve the quality of judges. It needs to open itself up to oversight of judges by other institutions.

Opinion

Disaster Relief or PR Campaign?

Public officials and state institutions use the Cianjur earthquake to improve their images. Meanwhile the responsible agencies are dragging their feet over the handling of the disaster.

Opinion

Danger Signals from the Digital Sectors

A slowdown in cash flow triggers bankruptcies of digital startups. A storm of layoffs from technology companies risks increasing the number of educated unemployed.

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