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THE leadership selection process at the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) is under scrutiny following the selection committee’s announcement of 20 shortlisted candidates last Friday for the agency’s top seats.
OIL and gas production in Indonesia are continuing to decline, while consumption continues to increase. Up to the first semester of this year, production realization of oil and gas lifting reached 1.81 million barrels oil equivalent per day. This amount fulfils 86 percent of the 2019 State Budget (APBN).
The selection process of candidate leaders for the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) garnered much criticism because the committee invited candidacies from the police force and the attorney general’s office.
EDUCATION and Culture Minister Muhadjir Effendy saw himself becoming the bane of some parents’ life in the past month.
The election result dispute trial that kept the entire nation on its toes has finally reached an end.
THE Indonesian armed forces, particularly the army, found itself caught in a crossfire between supporters of Joko Widodo and Prabowo Subianto who are bitterly polarized in the recent presidential election.
Yayan Ruhian: Actor and Martial Arts Choreographer
NEW YORK has almost become a second home of late to Foreign Minister Retno Lestari. Through the month of May, she has to fly back and forth between Jakarta and New York on almost 24 hours long flights to fulfill the UN Security Council (UNSC)’s tight agendas.
Established in December 22, 1971 in Paris, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) or Doctors without Border, a non-governmental medical organization, almost always has its presence in conflict zones as well as countries affected by endemic diseases. Last year, MSF has managed considerably huge aid operations in three countries—South Sudan, Congo and Yemen—which have been struck by deadly conflicts and diseases.
Two weeks ago, the #PecatBudiKarya (#FireBudiKarya) campaign reverberated across Twitter.
A mid severe floods that saw parts of Jakarta submerged at the end of April, President Joko Widodo rekindled the plan to move the capital city.
This year’s presidential and legislative elections simultaneously held on April 17 have left a trail of sorrows in its wake.
Public orations rejecting the quick count results of the 2019 presidential election trouble President Joko Widodo.