Austerity & Privatisation

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April 2012

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Kompas – April 28, 2012

Man: It’s not the politics of procrastination... but the politics of frothing at the mouth! (fuel pump reads ‘policy’)

News/Indonesia
Harian Jogya – April 27, 2012

Akhirul Anwar/JIBI, Jogja – Scores of people from the United People’s Committee (KBR) held an action in front of the Beringharjo Market on Jl. Ahmad Yani in the Central Java city of Yogyakarta on the afternoon of Friday April 27.

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Kompas – April 25, 2012

Loudspeaker: Subsidised fuel will be limited...

Drivers: It’s very shrill. Will it happen or not...

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Kompas – April 7, 2012

Man: Were we fooled? Doesn’t matter... the more we’re lied to the smarter we get...

Branches: Ruling Coalition Joint Secretariat. Label: Political Fuel

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Kompas – April 4, 2012

Politician: Subsidies are blowing out... you must economise on fuel and electricity...

March 2012

Cartoons/Indonesia
Kompas – March 31, 2012

Sleeve reads policies, security cable reads fuel.

Cartoons/Indonesia
Kompas – March 28, 2012

With the hoarding of fuel and other goods already resulting in scarcities and rising prices in many parts of the country, rights groups have slammed a plan to deploy the army to control street protests against planned fuel price hike in April saying the military should not be used as a tool to deal with opposition to government policies and that

Cartoons/Indonesia
Kompas – March 24, 2012

Man: There’s a natural balance: There is the sky and the earth, there is day and night, those who are poor and those who are rich, and there are things that go up...

Kid: And things that fall!

News/Indonesia
KRjogja.com – March 17, 2012

Tomi Sujatmiko, Yogya – Scores of housewives from the Political Union of the FIXX Poor (Persatuan Politik Rakyat Miskin, PPRM) demonstrated against the government’s proposed fuel (BBM) price hikes in front of the Gedung Agung Presidential Palace in the Central Java city of Yogyakarta on Saturday March 17.

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Kompas – March 3, 2012

Man: Is there still hope for this republic of complete indifference, aside from God...

Kid: There is Dad!