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  • Judges’ Age limitations
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    Judges’ Age limitations

    The DPR proposes to amend articles concerning the age limit and term of office of judges in the Constitutional Court Law. Such insubstantial proposal gives rise to the suspicion of an exchange of interests.

  • Something Amiss in Court
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    Something Amiss in Court

    A number of key witnesses in the case of acid attack against Corruption Eradication Commission investigator, Novel Baswedan, were not presented by the prosecutor to court. Their testimonies are different compared to what is described in the indictment.

  • Last Footprint in South Jakarta
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    Last Footprint in South Jakarta

    The KPK lost track of fugitives Nurhadi Abdurrachman and Harun Masiku. Six other suspects are on the run from the KPK, their whereabouts unknown.

  • Troublesome Quarter
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    Troublesome Quarter

    KPK’s Supervisory Council is evaluating the performance of Commissioner General Firli Bahuri and his colleagues. Most of the problems are in the enforcement division.

  • Graffiti Resistance
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    Graffiti Resistance

    The police suspect that Anarko is behind a number of crimes in Java cities. The group is without strong organizations and logistics.

  • Environment and Forestry Ministry’s Director-General of Law Enforcement  Rasio Ridho Sani:  Re-export, or deal with the law
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    Environment and Forestry Ministry’s Director-General of Law Enforcement Rasio Ridho Sani: Re-export, or deal with the law

    The directorate-general of law enforcement at the environment and forestry ministry formed a special task force to deal with the problems of plastic waste import.

  • New Harvestindo International General Manager Agung Priadi:  This is Politicization
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    New Harvestindo International General Manager Agung Priadi: This is Politicization

    Thousands of garbage-carrying containers filled with plastic scraps mixed with waste are seen piling up at the Tanjung Priok and Banten Ports.

  • The Foul Smell of Imported Waste
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    The Foul Smell of Imported Waste

    Customs directorate-general uncovered a scandal over the import of plastic scrap containing hazardous and toxic waste exceeding the limit. Of the dozen importers, only one has been prosecuted. There are suspicions of lobbying to a number of House of Representatives members.

  • Director-General of Customs Heru Pambudi:  No Country is Immune to Smuggling
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    Director-General of Customs Heru Pambudi: No Country is Immune to Smuggling

    The discovery of the export of hundreds of thousands of pieces of personal protective equipment (PPE) to South Korea and China on March 21 has sparked controversy.

  • Donations Slowed down by Bureaucracy
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    Donations Slowed down by Bureaucracy

    Imports of Covid-19 medical equipment for social interest has been obstructed by complicated authorization procedures. Minister of Finance has allegedly facilitated the matter.

  • Hazmat Suits Coded As Baby Clothes
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    Hazmat Suits Coded As Baby Clothes

    Hundreds of thousands of sets of PPE were successfully exported to Korea with falsified codes. The matter was resolved unofficially by three institutions.

  • Criminalizing Corona Speech
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    Criminalizing Corona Speech

    Police are arresting and questioning people considered to be creating public unrest over the coronavirus. Their criteria for doing so is seen as being vague.

  • 100 Days of lackluster
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    100 Days of lackluster

    Case investigation by the KPK declines under the chair of Firli Bahuri. Sting operations cannot be conducted because of convoluted red tape to obtain permits.

  • Chief of the Legal and Public Relations Bureau, Supreme Court, Abdullah:  No Plenary Yet Prepared to Choose New Chair
  • The Chairman Comes of Age
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    The Chairman Comes of Age

    Set to retire in early April, Supreme Court Chairman Hatta Ali has not yet ordered the formation of a committee to select his successor. He was caught on camera visiting a hotel project in West Nusa Tenggara.

  • Head of the Legal, Cooperation, Public Communications, and Protocol Bureau of the Nuclear Energy Regulatory Agency Indra Gunawan:  Radiation Is No Joking Matter
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    Head of the Legal, Cooperation, Public Communications, and Protocol Bureau of the Nuclear Energy Regulatory Agency Indra Gunawan: Radiation Is No Joking Matter

    After unearthing cesium-137 (Cs-137) nuclear waste in an empty lot in the Batan Indah housing estate, Serpong, South Tangerang, Banten, the Nuclear Energy Regulatory Agency (Bapeten) and police discovered illegal radioactive material in a house on Block A-22 in the same complex. The house owner is Suhaedi Muhammad, a senior officer at the National Nuclear Energy Agency (Batan).

  • Nuclear Detectors at the Palace
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    Nuclear Detectors at the Palace

    Bapeten plans to purchase nuclear radiation detecting devices to be used by officials and installed at BMKG stations. A similar procurement was once reported to the police.

  • Pressed by Prosecutors
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    Pressed by Prosecutors

    Two prosecutors are suspected of extorting a witness in the Hambalang sports complex corruption case. The Attorney General’s Office has not yet punished them despite clear evidence.

  • Ministry of Defense Director-General of Defense Strength, Air Vice Marshall N. Ponang Djawoto:  Houses for Army Personnel is Indeed Complicated
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    Ministry of Defense Director-General of Defense Strength, Air Vice Marshall N. Ponang Djawoto: Houses for Army Personnel is Indeed Complicated

    The Jakarta Regional Military Command has been vacating state-owned housing allocated for military personnel over the past five years.

  • Playing Monopoly in a Military Complex
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    Playing Monopoly in a Military Complex

    Ryamizard Ryacudu and Teddy Lhaksmana are suspected of controlling multiple houses in the Cijantung housing complex in East Jakarta. State-owned houses are ‘traded’ for hundreds of millions of rupiah.

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