Documents containing the term 'Constitutional Court'
Dipo Negoro – The Labour Party (Partai Buruh) organised a three day national working meeting (Rakernas) on January 14-17. The meeting was attended by some 800 Labour Party executive committee representatives from 38 provinces.
Bobby Constantine Koloway (Surya.co.id), Surabaya – Thousands of workers from a number of different trade unions in East Java (Jatim) held a protest action in front of the governor's office in the provincial capital of Surabaya on Monday May 1.
Jakarta – May Day protesters have cancelled demonstrations in front of the State Palace and the Constitutional Court (MK) after failing to receive permission from police. The action on Monday May 1 was instead held at in the Horse Statue area of Central Jakarta.
Jakarta – A protest action by scores of Syarif Hidayatullah State Islamic University (UIN) students against the Job Creation Law (Ciptaker) has disbanded after they were involved in a scuffle with police.
Jakarta – The House of Representatives (DPR) ratified Government Regulation in Lieu of Law Number 2/2022 on the Jobs Law (Perppu Ciptaker) during a plenary meeting on Tuesday March 21.
Jakarta – The University of Indonesia Student Executive Council (BEM UI) has uploaded an animation meme depicting House of Representatives (DPR) Speaker Puan Maharani with the body of a rat emerging from the DPR
Vitorio Mantalean, Jakarta – Representatives of an alliance of non-government organisations (NGOs) calling themselves the Civil Society Coalition for Safeguarding Clean Elections visited the offices of the Election Organisers Ethics Council (DKPP) on Tuesday February 28.<
Surya Dua Artha Simanjuntak, Nancy Junita, Jakarta -– A coalition of civil society activists calling themselves the Indonesian People's Protest demonstrated in front of the House of Representatives (DPR) building in Senayan, Central Jakarta, on Tuesday February 28.
Jakarta – The Labour Alliance held a demonstration in front of the parliamentary complex in Senayan, Jakarta, on Tuesday February 28, rejecting plans to enact the government regulation in lieu of Law (Perppu) to replace the Omnibus Law on
Aryo Putranto Saptohutomo, Jakarta – A fourth attempt at revising Law Number 24/2003 on the Constitutional Court (MK) is seen as showing the desire on the part of those in power and legislators who want to strengthen their grip on the institution, so that
Jakarta – The Indonesian People's Wave Party (Gelora) has refuted a statement by a North Sulawesi General Elections Commission (KPU) member on the manipulation of factual verification data on political parties wanting to contest the 2024 elections.
Jakarta – The Indonesian Forum for the Environment (Walhi) is suspicious of the move by the Environment and Forestry Ministry (KLHK) to accelerate the determination of 100 percent of Indonesia's forest areas in 2023, or in other words ahead of the 2024 legislative and pr
Jakarta – The Indonesian Forum for the Environment (Walhi) predicts that the issuance of mining and palm oil plantation permits will increase during the political year in the lead up to the 2024 elections.
Syakirun Niam, Jakarta – Indonesia Corruption Watch (ICW) believes that the decline in Indonesia's 2022 corruption perception index (IPK) score to 34 points out of 100 cannot be separated from the permissive attitude to corruption taken by President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo's
Fika Nurul Ulya, Jakarta – Late last year, President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo issued Government Regulation in Lieu of Law (Perppu) Number 2/2022 to replace Law Number 11/2020 on the Job Creation Law, after the law was declared conditionally unconstitutional by the Constitutional Court in November 202
Jakarta – The Civil Society Coalition, which is made up of 55 different organisations, has issued an ultimatum to President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo and the House of Representatives (DPR) demanding that they revoke Government Regulation in Lieu of Law Number 2/2022 on the Job Creation Law (Perppu Cip
Vitorio Mantalean, Jakarta – A public hearing (RDPU) on Wednesday January 11 between the House of Representatives (DPR) Commission II and an alliance of non-government (LSM) organisations calling themselves the Civil Society Coalition for Safeguarding Clean Elections, was suddenly closed down aft