Imam Hamdi, Jakarta – The families of people who died during the May 22 post-election rights in Jakarta went to the offices of the Victims and Witness Protection Agency (KPSK) in East Jakarta on Monday June 17. They were asking the agency for protection because they felt threatened and intimidated by police.
Abba Gabrillin, Jakarta – A survey by Saiful Mujani Research and Consulting (SMRC) has found that there has been a declining trend in democratic reforms, particularly following the May 21 and 22 post-election riots in Jakarta.
Andita Rahma, Jakarta – The deputy chairperson of the House of Representatives’ (DPR) Commission I, Golkar Party politician Satya Widya Yudha, supports a plan by the National Police (Polri) to monitor chats on WhatsApp message groups. This, he said, will be done to prevent the spread of fake news.
Jakarta – A number of parties have protested over statements quoted by the loosing Prabowo Subianto-Sandiaga Uno presidential ticket in a legal challenge against the presidential election (pilpres) result with the Constitutional Court (MK).
Writing on shark reads “Corruption”, writing on boat reads “Public Trust”.
On November 19 a team from Wakatobi National Park found 5.9 kilograms of plastic garbage inside the stomach of a dead sperm whale that had beached
Man: Take this one, it looks like they’re honest, clean and not corrupt, right Mrs?
Man: If it keeps going like this, when will there be any progress?