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Totalitarianism is in Front of Our Eyes

Monday, October 16, 2023

Jimly Asshiddiqie on issues ranging from public distrust in the Constitutional Court to the petition for review of the age limit of vice-presidential candidates.

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Former Constitutional Court Chief Justice Jimly Asshiddiqie poses during a photo session after an interview with Tempo at his residence in Jakarta, October 12. Tempo/Tony Hartawan . tempo : 172089243561.

THE image of the Constitutional Court is plummeting. A public trust survey by the Public Opinion and Policy Research (Populi) Center last June placed the judicial institution at the bottom, below the military, President, General Elections Commission, Corruption Eradication Commission, Elections Supervisory Agency, Supreme Court and the Attorney-General’s Office.

One of the contributing factors is conflict of interest. The public


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