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Jakarta Governor Ali Sadikin during the opening ceremony of the residential area improvement project, or the Muhammad Husni Thamrin (MHT) project, at Kampung Angke, Jakarta, 1973.
TEMPO/D.S Karma/File Photo
Jakarta Governor Ali Sadikin takes part in a shooting practice in Jakarta, 1972.
TEMPO/Herry Komar/File Photo
Deputy Chairman of the Witness and Victim Protection Agency Edwin Partogi in his office, August 5.
Chief of the Profession and Security Division Insp. Gen. Ferdy Sambo arrives to undergo an examination at the National Police Criminal Investigation Department, Jakarta, August 4.
TEMPO/Hilman Fathurrahman W
A number of Indonesian migrant workers wait to get off the Malaysian immigration office’s truck at the Entikong State Border Post in Sanggau Regency, West Kalimantan, April 28.
ANTARA FOTO/Jessica Helena Wuysang
Arman Hanis, lawyer of Putri Candrawathi, the wife of the Chief of the Profession and Internal Security Division of the National Police, Insp. Gen. Ferdy Sambo, visits the Jakarta Press Council, July 15.
Police show evidence of marijuana plants belonging to Ardian Aldiano at Wisma Lidah Kulon Housing Complex, Surabaya, East Java, March 2020.
ANTARA/Didik Suhartono
Suharno and wife in the Sanggrahan village, Bantul, Yogyakarta, June 27.
TEMPO/Shinta Maharani
Illustration of donations through ACT.
TEMPO/Jati Mahatmaji

Foundation for Profit

The humanitarian organization Aksi Cepat Tanggap falls into a financial crisis due to mismanagement and various instances of embezzlement. Tempo’s investigation since January points to money transfers from the organization’s business units to its executives.

Cover Story Edisi : Monday, 4 July 2022

A midwife from a Community Health Center examines a mother and her baby at the Anggrek 2 Integrated Health Service Post, Depok, West Java, October 2021.
TEMPO/M Taufan Rengganis
(L-R) Agrarian and Spatial Planning/National Land Agency Deputy Minister Raja Juli Antoni, Deputy Home Affairs Minister John Wempi Watipo and Deputy Manpower Minister Afriansyah Noor pose together for a photograph after the inauguration ceremony of the new ministers and deputy ministers of the Indonesia Onward Cabinet, at the State Palace, Jakarta, June 15.
ANTARA FOTO/Akbar Nugroho Gumay
The Ukhuwah Islamiyyah Islamic Boarding School Khilafatul Muslimin building in West Bekasi, June 6.
Tempo/Muhammad Syauqi Amrullah
Lin Che Wei is named as suspect after being questioned by the AGO’s Junior Attorney for Special Crimes Investigation Team in the case of export permit for CPO and its derivatives in Jakarta, May 17.
The Attorney General’s Office
Economist Lin Che Wei in Jakarta.
Siti Nadia Tarmizi poses for a photo for Tempo at the health ministry, Jakarta, September 2021.
Tempo/Tony Hartawan
An activist from the Independent Journalists Alliance (AJI) paints a poster about press freedom during a protest at the Attorney General’s Office, Jakarta, November 12, 2021.
TEMPO/Hilman Fathurrahman W
Piles of new of mineral water bottles made from recycled plastics at Namasindoplas’ recycling processing plant in Batujajar, West Bandung Regency, West Java, April 20, 2021.
TEMPO/Prima Mulia
Defense Minister Mahfud MD receives the heads of the Papuan People’s Assembly and Amnesty International Indonesia at the Ministry office on April 15, 2022. Photo MRP Public Relations.
Minister of Communication and Informatics Johnny G. Plate (left) during his ministry’s Fourth Digital Economy Forum, in Jakarta, April 4.
ANTARA/Muhammad Adimaja

Take Down or Pay

The government will impose fines on digital platform operators such as social media if they fail to immediately remove ‘problematic’ contents. Various groups oppose this regulation, seen as stifling the freedom of expression.

National Edisi : Monday, 11 April 2022

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