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  • Trail of Ashes at the AGO
    Law

    Trail of Ashes at the AGO

    The police suspect that the fire at the AGO’s Main Building was ignited by a smoldering cigarette butt discarded by a worker doing building renovation work. There were no usable fire hydrants on the grounds.

  • Hazy Memory of a Bribe Recipient
    Law

    Hazy Memory of a Bribe Recipient

    The Pekanbaru Corruption Court exonerated the suspect who allegedly bribed former Riau governor, Annas Maamun. The judges ignored testimonies by key witnesses.

  • Raid by Narcotics Police
    Law

    Raid by Narcotics Police

    Non-Governmental Organization activist from the Indonesian Environmental Forum (Walhi), Zenzi Suhadi, had an audience with the Chief of the Narcotics Unit of the South Jakarta Police Resort, Comsr.

  • After the Command  by the Big Chief
    Law

    After the Command by the Big Chief

    The arrest of Laman Kinipan customary chief, Effendi Buhing, by police was rooted in conflict between the community and an oil palm company. The company allegedly violated a letter of agreement.

  • A Scenario from Up Above
    Cover Story

    A Scenario from Up Above

    The South Jakarta District Court has become a battlefield for the Financial Services Authority (OJK) and Sanggarcipta Kreasitama as both sue each other over the rent of Wisma Mulia 1 and 2 buildings in Jakarta, rented to serve as OJK’s offices. “We were the first to file a suit,” said OJK Public Relations and Logistics Commissioner, Anto Prabowo, on Thursday, August 20.

  • Surprise  Swab Test
    Law

    Surprise Swab Test

    Swab tests were conducted under irregular circumstances on activists in East Kalimantan. Some think it was a ruse to halt their advocacy activities.

  • Nus Kei: I Have Forgiven John Kei
    Law

    Nus Kei: I Have Forgiven John Kei

    Around the end of June, Agrapinus Rumatora alias Nus Kei suddenly found his home in the Green Lake Housing Complex, Tangerang, Banten, stormed by dozens of thugs.

  • One Brand for Two
    Law

    One Brand for Two

    The intellectual property directorate-general issued trademark certificates to two disputing parties. They claimed it as compromise to resolve the problem.

  • the Cost of Patent Certificates
    Law

    the Cost of Patent Certificates

    Employees of the intellectual property directorate-general are suspected of manipulating the outcome of cases. The director-general knows his subordinates take money from applicants.

  • Up in the Air for RRI
    Law

    Up in the Air for RRI

    Construction of the Indonesian International Islamic University on land formerly owned by RRI has a number of issues. Several of RRI assets have disappeared. Neither has it obtained a subsitute location. The land transfer occurred after the intervention of then Vice President, Muhammad Jusuf Kalla.

  • Judges’ Age limitations
    Law

    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
    Law

    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
    Law

    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.

  • Graffiti Resistance
    Law

    Graffiti Resistance

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

  • Donations Slowed down by Bureaucracy
    Law

    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.

  • Criminalizing Corona Speech
    Law

    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.

  • Pressed by Prosecutors
    Law

    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
    Law

    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
    Law

    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.

  • Delayed Announcement of Radiation
    Law

    Delayed Announcement of Radiation

    The Nuclear Energy Regulatory Agency contained and disposed of land exposed to radiation after two weeks from finding some cesium-137 in the area. The initial plan was to quietly remove the waste.

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