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The End for Gibran's Uncle

Monday, November 13, 2023

The Constitutional Court’s Ethics Council had agreed to fire Anwar Usman. It was said that he stated that PDIP’s era was over.

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Constitutional Court’s Ethics Council (MKMK) Chair Jimly Asshiddiqie (center), with judge panel members comprising Wahiduddin Adams (left) and Bintan R. Saragih (right), presides over the hearing of alleged ethical violations against Constitutional Court (MK) judges, Jakarta, November 7. ANTARA/Galih Pradipta . tempo : 172088509245.

Anwar Usman is no longer Chair of the Constitutional Court (MK), a position which he held since 2018. The Constitutional Court’s Ethics Council (MKMK), led by Jimly Asshiddiqie, who was the Constitutional Court’s first Chief Justice, announced the dismissal of President Joko Widodo's brother-in-law as Chief Justice of the Constitutional Court in a hearing held on Tuesday, November 7.

It could have been worse for Anwar. Jimly

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Francisca Christy Rosana, Hussein Abri Dongoran, and Egi Adyatama contribute to this article.
 

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