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A Myriad of Problems in the New Capital City

Monday, June 10, 2024

Two high-ranking IKN Authority officials did not resign, but were asked to step down. IKN development planning has moved away from the initial concept put forward in a national government planning agency study.

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TWO months before the Independence Day ceremony is to be held in the Nusantara Captial City (IKN) in North Penajam Paser, East Kalimantan, the House of Representatives (DPR) is only adorned with banners. The land, covering more than 40 hectares east of the Central Government Core Area, remains filled with mounds of soil and puddles of water.

Meanwhile, the new National Police complex is only half-finished. Of the eight apartment towers in the co


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Egy Adyatama, Fracisca Christy Rosana, Praga Utama, and Riri Rahayu contributed to this article.


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