PRD & Papernas

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October 2022

News/Indonesia – October 14, 2022

Vitorio Mantalean, Jakarta – The People's Justice and Prosperity Party (PRIMA) claims it will submit a challenge against the General Election Commission (KPU) with the Elections Supervisory Board (

July 2021

News/Indonesia – July 27, 2021

Achmad Nasrudin Yahya, Jakarta – The July 27, 1996 riots – also known as Kudatuli – was one of the most important incidents during the era of the New Order regime of former president Suharto.

June 2021

News/Indonesia – June 1, 2021

Deti Mega Purnamasari, Jakarta – The People's Justice and Prosperity Party (Prima) was officially declared as a new party on the evening of Tuesday June 1.

Kabar 24 – June 1, 2021

Aprianus Doni Tolok, Jakarta – Today, a new political party will be declared in Indonesia. The new party is called the People's Justice and Prosperity Party or Prima.

June 2020

CNN Indonesia – June 15, 2020

Jakarta – TVRI’s Study from Home (BdR) program produced by the Ministry of Education and Culture will air the film Let the Words Rest (Istirahatlah Kata-kata) about pro-democracy activist

July 2019

News/Indonesia – July 23, 2019

Achmad Ali – A thanksgiving celebrating the 23rd anniversary (HUT) of the People’s Democratic Party (PRD) at the secretariat offices in the Bratang Gede area of the East Java provincial capital of

CNN Indonesia – July 22, 2019

Jakarta – A number of ormas (social or mass organisations) arrived at the People’s Democratic Party (PRD) offices in the Bratang Gede area of the East Java provincial capital of Surabaya o

March 2019

CNN Indonesia – March 14, 2019

Jakarta – The younger brother of missing radical street poet and labour activist Wiji Thukul, Wahyu Susilo, is urging presidential hopeful Prabowo Subianto to go to the National Human Rights Commis

March 2015

News/Indonesia – March 25, 2015

The aggressive implementation of neoliberal policies in Indonesia cannot be halted by a small handful of groups.

October 2013

Metro TV News – October 30, 2013

Jakarta – Former labour activist Dita Indah Sari says that a mature labour movement must strengthen its “negotiating muscles” or capacity to negotiate with individual companies rather then organise