People's Consultative Assembly (MPR) members traipsing off to foreign countries in order to disseminate the results of the previous Annual Session is not entirely a bad idea. Unfortunately, no one can call it smart either.
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PLEASE refrain from harbouring ugly suspicions regarding the plan for members of the MPR working committee to make an overseas trip, albeit with the excuse to publicise the results of this year’s MPR Annual Session. What we have to understand is that the legislators are essentially the voice of the more than 200 million Indonesian people, more than half of whom are in dire need of a better education. But because they are the people, they st
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