Jakarta – The Nusantara Traditional Community Alliance (AMAN) has accused President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo as the head of state of being neoliberal because his policies are always orientated towards the economic sector.
Denpasar – Scores of people from the People’s United Forum (FPR) and the Papuan Student Alliance (AMP) held a rally in and around the Renon area in the Balinese provincial capital of Denpasar on Friday January 18.
Jakarta – Indonesian Institute for Science (LIPI) researcher Amin Mudzakir has revealed that that based on the results of a LIPI survey in 2018, there are three regions where there is a high-level of acceptance of fake news or hoaxes.
“The three regions are Aceh, West Java and Banten”, said Mudzakir as reported by the Antara state news agency on Friday January 18.
Rizal Bomantama, Jakarta – Indonesian military (TNI) commander Air Martial Hadi Tjahjanto says that the TNI’s new Special Operational Command (Koopsus) will be involved in combating terrorism and play a direct role in surveillance and close-quarter observation.
Tjahjanto conveyed this following a leadership meeting at the Department of Defense in Central Jakarta on Wednesday January 16.
Man: Forward march!
T-shirt reads ‘Political Parties Yes’, carpet reads ‘Integrity’
Billboard reads: ‘Don’t buy a cat in a sack!’ (Don’t buy a pig in a poke). Ballot box reads ‘Save Democracy’, badge reads ‘Candidate’.
For the People or the Elite. Sash reads ‘acting’ or ‘temporary’, document reads ‘Legislation’.
Despite the latest Bank Indonesia figures showing that government debt has risen by 10.3% yoy and now stands at a whopping 2,521 trillion rupiah, t