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Raymundus Rikang joined Tempo in 2014 and is now the editor of Majalah Tempo.

He graduated from the University of Atma Jaya Yogyakarta and is part of the writer’s team that won the 2020 Adinegoro Award.

Rikang participated in the International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) "Edward R. Murrow Program for Journalists" from the U.S. Department of State.


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President Joko Widodo delivers a statement regarding past human rights violations at the Merdeka Palace, Jakarta, on January 11. The Indonesian government conceded that 12 gross human rights violations had occurred in the past and pledged to restore the victims’ rights in a just manner without overlooking the judicial settlements.
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An illustration of “Jeda Kemanusiaan” (Humanitarian Pause) depicting a kid suffering malnutrition due to armed conflicts in Papua. 
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A demonstrator holds a candle during a protest to demand justice following the mutilation of four civilians near National Monument in Jakarta, September 16.
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Journalists hold a rally in front of the West Java Regional Legislative Council (DPRD) building in Bandung, December 5, in opposition to the Criminal Code, citing some problematic articles that threaten journalistic work. The displayed written message says “Remove 17 controversial articles.”
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(L-R) National soccer leauge organizer Liga Indonesia Baru (LIB) CEO Ferry Paulus, PSSI Chairman Mochamad Iriawan, Youth and Sports Minister Zainudin Amali, National Police’s Operational Assistant Insp. Gen. Agung Setya Imam Effendi, and Public Works and Housing Ministry’s representative Feriqo Asya Yogananta at a coordination meeting on the League 1 organization at the Youth and Sports Ministry office in Jakarta, November 28.
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TNI Commander Gen. Andika Perkasa (center front) with Navy Chief of Staff Adm. Yudo Margono (front right) on an amphibious tank after Andika Perkasa is inaugurated as an honorary member of the Marine Corps at Todak Beach, Dabo Singkep, Riau Islands, August 4.
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University students protesting against the RKUHP at the West Java Province Legislative Council in Bandung, June 30.
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Ferdy Sambo, holding a black book, greets the reporters as he enters the courtroom of the South Jakarta District Court, October 20.
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TNI Commander Gen. Andika Perkasa is carried aloft by Marine personnel on his inauguration as Marine Corps’ honor member at the Marine Corps Combat Training Center (Puslatpur) in Todak Beach, Riau Islands, August 4.
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Johanis Tanak at the House of Representatives (DPR) in Senayan, Jakarta, September 2019.
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Central Java Governor Ganjar Pranowo bows to Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDI-P) General Chair Megawati Soekarnoputri (left) and party’s Central Executive Board Chair Puan Maharani during the closing of PDI-P National Work Meeting II in the School of PDI Perjuangan Party, Lenteng Agung, South Jakarta, Thursday, June 23.  ANTARA FOTO/M Risyal Hidayat

The Daughter’s Red Shawl

Ganjar Pranowo’s chances of being chosen as PDIP’s presidential candidate are said to be dwindling. Megawati Sukarnoputri has told Puan Maharani, her daughter, to explore the possibility of a coalition with other parties. Puan then went on a political tour, traveling the provinces to raise her low electability rating.

Cover Story Edisi : Monday, 19 September 2022

United Development Party (PPP) General Chair Suharso Monoarfa in an interview with Tempo in South Jakarta, September 9.
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Papuan students hold a demonstration to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the bloody Paniai incident, at the National Commission on Human Rights Building, Jakarta, December 8, 2015.
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