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Scholarships from the Government Used for Electoral Interests

Monday, May 27, 2024

Education Commission members at the House of Representatives get quotas for distributing the Indonesia Smart Card. There are suspicions that it misses its target.

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DPR member Robert Joppy Kardinal attends a gathering with students who are recipients of KIP Aspirasi at the Unimuda Convention Center building, Sorong, Papua, January 23. . tempo : 172126574827.

DURING her studies at the Muhammadiyah Educational University (Unimuda) in Sorong, Southwest Papua, Ezri Trifena Oraple met with Robert Joppy Kardinal, a member of the House of Representatives (DPR), only once. In 2022, a year after starting her studies, Ezri met with Kardinal during the distribution of the Indonesia Smart Card (KIP). The 20-year-old girl became a recipient of KIP aspirasi—a form of assistance that could be used to pay for


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Francisca Christy Rosana and Hussein Abri Dongoran contributed to this article.

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