Government & Bureaucracy

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November 2019

Indonesia
Suara.com – November 24, 2019

Bangun Santoso – The secretary of the Islamic-based United Development Party (PPP) faction in the House of Representatives, Achmad Baidowi or Awiek supports the Attorney General’s Office (AGO) ban

Indonesia
CNN Indonesia – November 23, 2019

Jakarta – Administrative and Bureaucratic Reform Minister Tjahjo Kumolo agrees with the position taken by the Attorney General’s Office (AGO) in rejecting candidate state civil servants (CPNS) that

Indonesia
CNN Indonesia – November 22, 2019

Jakarta – People’s Consultative Assembly (MPR) Deputy Speaker Arsul Sani has asked the Attorney General’s Office (AGO) not to discriminate by rejecting candidate state civil servants (CPNS) for 201

Indonesia
CNN Indonesia – November 22, 2019

Jakarta – The head of the Attorney General’s Office’s (AGO) Law and Information Centre, Mukri, has declined to comment at length about the Ombudsman’s findings on the special requirements for the s

Indonesia
Java Post – November 17, 2019

Jakarta – The 2019 selection of candidate state civil servants (CPNS) has created a polemic related to a special requirement which is being applied by the Attorney General’s Office (AGO) that appli

October 2019

Indonesia
Kompas – October 30, 2019

Kid: Hey Mom, where are we?

Document being held by women reads “Perpres Number 63/2019”

Indonesia
Tempo – October 15, 2019

Egi Adyatama, Jakarta – Administrative and Bureaucratic Reform Minister Syafruddin has emphasised that state civil servants or ASN are not allowed to criticise the government in public.

July 2019

Indonesia
KBR – July 1, 2019

Adi Ahdiat, Jakarta – The government has completed the next year’s draft budget for ministries and state institutions.

June 2019

Indonesia
Kompas.com – June 29, 2019

Christoforus Ristianto, Jakarta – Amnesty International Indonesia Executive Director Usman Hamid says that Presidential Regulation Number 37/2019 on Indonesian Military (TNI) Functional Posts will

March 2019

Indonesia
CNN Indonesia – March 27, 2019

Jakarta – Indonesia Corruption Watch (ICW) says there are 1,466 state civil servants (PNS) who have been proven guilty of corruption but have yet to be dismissed.