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  • Beware of Pandemic Fraud
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    Beware of Pandemic Fraud

    As well as giving rise to heroism, crises often lead to tales of theft.

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    *It feels so heavy, yet the contents aren’t that much... **Looks like, it’s her picture that makes it heavy, right...?

  • Playing with Fire
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    Playing with Fire

    The government wants to end the social restrictions protocol so the economy can start moving again. Data is still a problem.

  • New Specter Old Story
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    New Specter Old Story

    The police have arrested a number of people and charged them with being members of an “Anarcho-Syndicalist” group. The same tactics once used by the New Order regime.

  • Innovation in the Pandemic Era
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    Innovation in the Pandemic Era

    The Covid-19 pandemic has led to a number of innovations in many fields. The government should use the results of research as the basis for policymaking.

  • Moving Targets
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    Moving Targets

    In this time of the Covid-19 pandemic, social assistance from the government can be a lifeline for millions of people affected.

  • Authoritarian Tendency
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    Authoritarian Tendency

    The government is appearing increasingly authoritarian during this Covid-19 pandemic. This could damage its credibility.

  • No Hasty Cuts
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    No Hasty Cuts

    The collapse in world oil prices sparked calls for the government to reduce fuel prices. There is a risk of losses at a time of considerable global economic uncertainty.

  • Conflicting Business
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    Conflicting Business

    Conflicts of interest of two millennial members of the special staff shows the poor accountability within Jokowi’s administration.

  • Millennial Kartinis to Save the World
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    Millennial Kartinis to Save the World

    SOCIAL distancing because of the Covid-19 pandemic has led to pollution levels falling and a cleaner environment. Political decisions are needed to make this change permanent.

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    Ilustration: Tempo/Yuyun Nurrahman

  • Food Crisis
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    Food Crisis

    The Covid-19 pandemic has led to a global food production and distribution being in a critical state. Indonesia could be affected.

  • The Wrong ShortCut
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    The Wrong ShortCut

    President Joko Widodo changed the posture and the details of the state budget using a presidential regulation. He should have issued a new regulation in lieu of law.

  • Corona Confusion
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    Corona Confusion

    The government finally released the figures for people infected and suspected of being infected with Covid-19. Transparency is needed, not centralization.

  • Terawan’s Wrong Prescription
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    Terawan’s Wrong Prescription

    Stocks of drugs for conditions not related to Covid-19 are under threat. The government failed to anticipate this.

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    *I don’t take the passenger, but the passenger is taking me, is that okay? **Hmm...call it right, it’s not, call it wrong, it’s right... ***(Banner) Support the Large-Scale Social Restrictions, Fight Corona

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    *That’s why, don’t insult us!!! ****Get in!

    *That’s why, don’t insult us!!! ****Get in!

  • Suspicious Move
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    Suspicious Move

    The plan by the House of Representatives to deliberate the omnibus law has made people suspicious. The legislative process must be stopped.

  • The Corruptors Clause
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    The Corruptors Clause

    It is not enough for President Jokowi to reject the proposal to release corruptors during the pandemic. He must also prevent the relaxation of parole conditions for corruption convicts.

  • Slow Response
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    Slow Response

    In order to limit the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, the minister of health must act swiftly to introduce social restriction practices. Forget sectoral egos and political rivalry.

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