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Edisi Monday, July 22, 2024

Why We Need the Great Critics Council

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Why We Need the Great Critics Council

Rather than establishing a Supreme Advisory Council, Prabowo Subianto should form a council of critics. Its job would be to examine policies.

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What Next After the Dissolution of Jamaah Islamiyah

The dissolution of Jamaah Islamiyah does not mean the terrorist threat disappears. We must remain vigilant.

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The Danger of Police Generals as Anti-Corruption Commissioners

Several police generals are preparing to participate in the selection of the KPK leadership. The KPK must not become a nest of ‘crocodiles’.

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Suspected Cosmetic Ingredients in our Bread

Two bread brands, Aoka and Okko, are suspected of using dangerous preservatives. The response from the BPOM is worrying.

Edisi Monday, July 15, 2024

Making Money from the Special Haj

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Making Money from the Special Haj

The Religious Affairs Ministry allocated an additional quota for the special haj. There is an aroma of corruption.

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Indonesia, the World’s Open Drug Market

Indonesia is still one of the largest markets for global drugs. There is overlapping law enforcement from the BNN and the National Police.

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Suffering Because of the New Capital

The construction of the new capital (IKN) resulted in environmental damage and health problems in other regions. It should be halted.

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Poor Regulations and the Collapse of the Textile Industry

There is another wave of layoffs in the textile industry. This is the result of poor coordination between ministries when drawing up regulations.

Edisi Monday, July 8, 2024

The Craze for Bogus Professorships

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The Craze for Bogus Professorships

Lecturers and politicians are manipulating the title of professor. They are colluding with assessors using predator journals.

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A Mafia-Style Killing of Journalist After Reporting Gambling

Military personnel are suspected of involvement in the murder of Rico Sempurna Pasaribu, a local journalist who wrote about gambling. The perpetrator must be tried in a civil court.

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Empty Promises about Water Management

Large-scale nickel mining resulted in a clean water crisis in Weda Tengah. The government is busy with rhetoric and public relation.

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The Wrong Way to Draw up a State Budget

Jokowi is involving Prabowo Subianto’s team in the drawing up of the 2025 Draft State Budget. He ignores the principle of caution in budget management.

Edisi Monday, July 1, 2024

A Strike at the Heart of Our National Data

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A Strike at the Heart of Our National Data

The hacking of the National Data Center is a threat to the personal data of millions of people. The government fails to establish a digital security system.

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More Brutality from the Police and Military Officers

Brutality by military personnel and police officers continues. Comprehensive reforms are needed to both institutions.

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The Impacts of Karen Agustiawan's Sentence on the Business Decisions of SOE Directors

The guilty verdict for Karen Agustiawan shows that in Indonesia, even business decisions can easily lead to prosecution. This will have a long-term negative impact on our economy.

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Import Ban and Restriction Policy Causes Airlines to Limp

A new regulation concerning the purchase of aircraft components gives rise to a new problem for airlines. The TKDN policy is being wrongly applied.

Edisi Monday, June 24, 2024

Chasing Masiku after the Election

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Chasing Harun Masiku after the Election

The KPK is once again investigating Hasto Kristiyanto regarding the Harun Masiku bribery case. This is a consequence of the dispute between the PDI-P and Jokowi.

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The Vina Cirebon Case Manipulation

The police must establish an independent team to investigate the murder of Vina in Cirebon. It is possible there was manipulation.

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Taking Advantage of the Ecosystem Restoration

The Environment and Forestry Ministry revoked the permits of two ecosystem restoration companies. They are treating forest protectors harshly.

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Lancing the Tokopedia Boil

There will be a wave of layoffs at Tokopedia as a result of inefficient practices. This is the result of government policy rife with conflicts of interest.

Edisi Monday, June 17, 2024

Political Cartel in Jakarta Election

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Political Cartel in Jakarta Election

President Jokowi is plotting for his youngest son to run for the deputy governor of Jakarta. This is a repeat of the presidential election.

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Why the Railway Corruption Case Grinds to a Halt

The corruption case at the Directorate-General of Railway fails to implicate any of the big names clearly mentioned in court. The KPK is at death’s door.

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The Invasions in Our National Parks

Invasive alien species are attacking dozens of national parks in Indonesia. This is a serious threat that could have a negative impact on the ecosystem.

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The Danger of Politicizing SOE Commissioners

A number of Prabowo Subianto supporters have been appointed as SOE commissioners. This risks compromising their oversight function.

Edisi Monday, June 10, 2024

Time to Cancel The New Capital

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Time to Cancel the New Capital

The government must halt the construction of the Nusantara Capital City. It could become a ghost town in the future.

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Irregularities in the Gas Company

The BPK found irregularities in gas sale transactions by PGN in 2017. This could be the way into investigating a number of other offences.

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Time for All Eyes on Papua

Over three million netizens are rallying support for the “All Eyes on Papua” campaign. The government cannot turn a blind eye.

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The Trick with Public Housing Savings

The Public Housing Savings program will only burden workers and companies. It is a way for the government to evade its responsibility to provide people’s housing.

Edisi Monday, June 3, 2024

The Special Detachment for Special Interest

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The Police Special Detachment for Special Interest

A conflict between the Police and the Attorney General's Office involving Densus 88 has weakened legal institutions. It is a violation of the Anti-Terror Law.

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PDI-P Dilemma about Going into Opposition

The PDI-P is facing a dilemma between maintaining its access to the government and protecting democracy. Corrections are needed for the damage of the last 10 years.

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Time to Deter Illegal Animal Traders

The illegal animal trade continues because law enforcers are often involved. The perpetrators are never deterred because the punishments are very lenient.

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Corruption Bankrupts Indofarma

Indofarma is bankrupt when other pharmaceutical companies are doing very well as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. A capital injection is not a wise option.

Edisi Monday, May 27, 2024

Independent Universities Inc.

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Independent Universities Inc.

Education Minister Nadiem Makarim has a design for universities to be able to independently fund higher education. He does not care about sky-high fees.

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The Flawed Auction of Assets from Jiwasraya Corruption Case

There were many irregularities with the sale of the assets relating to corruption in Jiwasraya. The auction winner received special treatment.

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The Slow Implementation of Forest Fire Sanctions

The state is yet to receive compensation payments totaling Rp19 trillion from companies that burned forests. A slow implementation of court rulings.

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The Chronic Garlic Trade Sickness

The price of garlic continues to soar as a result of a shortage of supplies. This is further evidence of the problems caused by the import quota system.

Edisi Monday, May 20, 2024

The verdict hearing of the 2024 Presidential and Vice-Presidential Election Results Dispute at the Constitutional Court building, Jakarta, April 22.
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The Danger of Paralyzing the Constitutional Court

The latest revision to the Constitutional Court Law severely restricts the independence of Constitutional Court judges. Perpetuating authoritarian power.

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The Organized Corruption of Syahrul Yasin Limpo

Syahrul Yasin Limpo is alleged to have taken money from Agriculture Ministry officials. Those paying the money must also be held responsible.

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The Pros and Cons of Starlink Expansion

Starlink starts to enliven the competition in the provision of internet services. There must be no protectionism that disadvantages the public.

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The Price for Neglecting Disaster Mitigation

The impact of the disaster in West Sumatra is more serious because the regional government was busy chasing revenue.

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