Profile Stefanus Pramono

Stefanus Pramono

Stefanus Pramono joined Tempo in November 2005 and manages the law and politics desk as an editor.

The IISIP Jakarta alumni covered the Syrian war and international news investigations such as human trafficking and the Panama Papers.

Pramono's accolades include the Kate Webb Prize 2013 for journalists in conflict zones, and the 2016 and 2019 Adinegoro Awards.





  • Worship Without Touching
    Kolom

    Worship Without Touching

    Some religious leaders are preparing worship protocol. The number of congregants will be limited.

  • Mulling Over State Guidelines
    Bioteknologi

    Mulling Over State Guidelines

    The increase of leaders of the MPR is suspected to pave the way for the amendments of the constitution. Reviving a five-year plan scheme smacks of reviving the existence of State Guidelines, while changing the constitution could very well spread to other articles.

  • Smaller Crowds at the End of the Plenary
    Kolom

    Smaller Crowds at the End of the Plenary

    The government and the police employed various methods to prevent student demonstrations in several cities. Students were given the threat of not being granted police clearance letter.

  • Love and Tear Gas
    Kolom

    Love and Tear Gas

    Student protesters rejected the agenda to oust President Jokowi. During demonstrations, they created a human barricade to protect against provocateurs.

  • A Rerun of the Forest Fires
    Kolom

    A Rerun of the Forest Fires

    Forest fires ravage Indonesia’s regions yet again. The environment and forestry ministry has sealed the properties of 52 companies affected by the fires, some of which were implicated in the major forest fires in 2015. The fires are partly due to wanting peatland restoration efforts. Although warned about the potential for fires since February, the government was late in anticipating the disaster.

  • Constitution  amendment  plan
    Bioteknologi

    Constitution amendment plan

    The PDI-P pushes for the amendment of the 1945 Constitution, creating holes to change major clauses including a president’s term in office.

  • From Menteng Unveiling Batavia

    From Menteng Unveiling Batavia

    Adolf Heuken wrote historical accounts of Jakarta with perseverance. His works are threatened with the absence of successors.

  • Goodbye General
    Bioteknologi

    Goodbye General

    Prabowo lost the support of Islamist groups following his meeting with Jokowi. Gerindra is divided.

  • Heir to the Terror Network
    Bioteknologi

    Heir to the Terror Network

    FOUNDED in 1993, Al-Jamaah al-Islamiyah, also known as Jamaah Islamiyah (JI), was involved in a number of terror attacks committed in Indonesia.

  • The Little Fish, Too
    Kolom

    The Little Fish, Too

    The joint investigation of Tempo and Jaring.id discovered that the police may have apprehended the wrong perpetrators and tortured suspected rioters. Some of the victims were children.

  • The Final Curtain
    Kolom

    The Final Curtain

    The Constitutional Court has ruled Joko Widodo-Ma’ruf Amin as the winning pair in the 2019 presidential election.

  • Coalition Without the Sins of the Parents
    Kolom

    Coalition Without the Sins of the Parents

    Prabowo-Sandiaga’s supporting parties are preparing to cross over. But they may not be given a warm welcome.

  • A Tussle of Witnesses and Evidence
    Kolom

    A Tussle of Witnesses and Evidence

    Prabowo Subianto-Sandiaga Salahuddin Uno’s legal team dispatched a pile of evidence and over a dozen witnesses to the Constitutional Court hearings on the presidential election dispute. The legal team also claimed Prabowo and Sandi’s vote count should have mmade them win.

  • Brahmastra at the Constitutional Court
    Kolom

    Brahmastra at the Constitutional Court

    The Prabowo-Sandiaga team forwarded objection to Ma’ruf Amin’s status as chair of the sharia supervisory board in two banks. The team has no strong evidence of structured, systematic, and massive fraud.

  • A Whiff of Ros es in Thamrin
    Kolom

    A Whiff of Ros es in Thamrin

    Prabowo’s former subordinate, Fauka Noor Farid, is suspected of masterminding the protest that turned into rioting on May 21-22. Fauka allegedly instructed his men to mobilize the mobs. We investigated the alleged involvement of the former Special Forces member.

  • Post-Election Riots
    Kolom

    Post-Election Riots

    AFTER the General Elections Commission (KPU) announced the winning pair in the presidential election on Tuesday, May 21, Prabowo Subianto-Sandiaga Salahuddin Uno’s supporters mobilized the masses, calling the effort a show of ‘people power’. Tuesday noon’s peaceful demonstrations turned violent at night, continuing until the next day. Fires broke out at several areas in the capital city.

  • The Tough Burden of Polling Officers
    Bioteknologi

    The Tough Burden of Polling Officers

    THE heavy work load to be borne by polling organising committee (KPPS) officials was in fact already taken into account by the General Elections Commission (KPU).

  • The Politics of Death
    Bioteknologi

    The Politics of Death

    Supporters of Prabowo Subianto said the deaths of hundreds of polling organizers are connected to alleged foul play conducted by the other side. Families of the deceased refused the matter to be politicized.

  • Far-Fetched Claims
    Kolom

    Far-Fetched Claims

    Prabowo Subianto-Sandiaga Salahuddin Uno and their campaign team are claiming structural, systematic and massive deception in the presidential election. Prabowo has gone as far as claiming victory. Some of these claims have scant evidence.

  • One Election, Two Stances
    Kolom

    One Election, Two Stances

    Prabowo Subianto is bent on rejecting the presidential election’s outcome. Coalition parties are starting to abandon him.

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