National - Tempo Magazine | English Edition Tempo Magazine | English Edition

National



  • The Formula E Debate
    National

    The Formula E Debate

    THE state secretariat, through the Medan Merdeka Development Steering Committee, is protesting the Formula E race scheduled to be held this year.

  • Running Out of Masks
    National

    Running Out of Masks

    Dozens of Indonesian citizens are holding out in Hubei. Masks have become an urgent necessity.

  • Biking toward Ghost Town
    National

    Biking toward Ghost Town

    Indonesians in China are taking every possible way to return to mother land. It is a journey of endless airport checks.

  • Infected at Bukit Merah
    National

    Infected at Bukit Merah

    An Indonesian worker has become the 21st victim of the coronavirus in Singapore. Indonesian workers are currently bearing the brunt of stigmatization because of the case.

  • Five Diplomats in the Coronavirus Area
    National

    Five Diplomats in the Coronavirus Area

    The plan to evacuate Indonesians out of Wuhan and vicinity happened uncertain. The government lobbied the Chinese authority for permission to enter.

  • Turbulence Over Lost Funds
    National

    Turbulence Over Lost Funds

    The Presidential Palace is deterring the DPR from using its right of inquiry in the Jiwasraya case. PDI-P is launching hard lobbying to prevent the formation of a special committee.

  • Rise & Fall of the Oldest Network
    National

    Rise & Fall of the Oldest Network

    The oldest television station in the country, TVRI hit its prime during Suharto’s New Order period.

  • Commotion at the Oldest Channel
    National

    Commotion at the Oldest Channel

    A feud between the Board of Supervisors and Board of Directors at TVRI has culminated in the dismissal of Helmy Yahya. Even the Presidential Palace is getting involved to try and settle the matter.

  • Yasonna Laoly Reported to Corruption Body
    National

    Yasonna Laoly Reported to Corruption Body

    ANTI corruption activists have reported Justice and Human Rights Minister Yasonna Hamonangan Laoly to the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK).

  • The Omnibus Law Draws Criticism
    News Capsule

    The Omnibus Law Draws Criticism

    The government plans to turn in a draft of the Omnibus Law to the House of Representatives (DPR) this month.

  • Conflict at the Sea
    National

    Conflict at the Sea

    PRESIDENT Joko Widodo has repeatedly visited the North Natuna Sea, but it did not stop the breach of Indonesia’s sovereignity there.

  • Dispute in Natuna
    National

    Dispute in Natuna

    The government has not spoken in unison regarding the maneuver of Chinese ships in the North Natuna Sea. It is a repeated old problem.

  • Submerged Terrace and Wet Hair
    National

    Submerged Terrace and Wet Hair

    Social media wars ensued between supporters and opposers of Anies Baswedan. Many negative reports on the Jakarta flood mitigation.

  • Flustered by the Floodwaters
    National

    Flustered by the Floodwaters

    The torrential downpour which lasted for over five hours as New Year’s Day of 2020 was ushered in caused flooding across most of Jakarta, Bogor, Depok, Tangerang, and Bekasi.

  • Flooding in the New Year
    National

    Flooding in the New Year

    Extreme rainfall and stalled flood control projects led to flooding in Jakarta and vicinities. This was exacerbated by the lack of government preparedness to deal with the disaster, despite having been warned by the Meteorology, Climatology, and Geophysical Agency (BMKG).

  • The Second Generation of Ad-Dakhil
    National

    The Second Generation of Ad-Dakhil

    The late Abdurrahman Wahid, or Gus Dur as he is affectionately known, was respected for eliminating various forms of discrimination and intolerance. Walking in his footsteps, Gus Dur’s four daughters are active in various movements advocating tolerance and promoting pluralism.

  • A Parting of the Ways
    National

    A Parting of the Ways

    Squabbling has disrupted several National Mandate Party meetings held before the upcoming election for a new party general chair. A falling out between Zulkifli Hasan and Amien Rais is increasingly evident. No longer supporting Zulkifli for party general chair, Amien is helping raise support for his favorite candidate.

  • Police Arrest Novel’s Suspected Attacker
    News Capsule

    Police Arrest Novel’s Suspected Attacker

    JAKARTA'S Metropolitan Police have arrested two active policemen on Thursday, December 26, for allegedly carrying out the attack on KPK investigator Novel Baswedan.

  • Oesman Sapta Leads Hanura Again
    National

    Oesman Sapta Leads Hanura Again

    OESMAN Sapta Odang has been reelected general chairman of Hanura Party for 2019-2024.

  • Military Intelligence in the Scholarship Process
    National

    Military Intelligence in the Scholarship Process

    The government is making changes to the selection process to weed out LPDP scholarship recipients who are not pro-Pancasila. Some examiners are suspected of having been exposed to radicalism.

  • You have 1 free article for this week. Get

    4 free articles after Register.