Socialism & Anti-Capitalism

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October 2020

Arah Juang – October 12, 2020

Dipo Negoro and Leon Kastayudha – The Draft Omnibus Law on Job Creation was finally enacted into law by the House of Representatives (DPR) on October 5.

Arah Juang – October 5, 2020

Over the last few days, in the mist of the corona virus pandemic that is still not under control, the House of Representatives (DPR) was still enthusiastically deliberating the Draft Omnibus Law on

March 2019

Arah Juang – March 16, 2019

The following is a statement by the Organisation of Socialist Youth Groups (OKMS) on the terrorist attack against worshipers performing Friday prayers in Christchurch New Zealand.

May 2013

May Day Action Committee – May 1, 2013

[The following is a joint statement by the Yogyakarta Working People’s Association-Political Organisation Congress (KPO-PRP), the Politics of the People

March 2013

Detik News – March 6, 2013

Ari Saputra, Jakarta – Scores of people from the Greater Jakarta Labour Joint Secretariat (Sekber Buruh Jabotabek) held a candle lit vigil at the Hotel Indonesia traffic circle in Central Jakarta o

May 2012

Joint Labour Secretariat – May 2, 2012

Today, May 1, coinciding with the commemoration of International Labour Day, the Greater Jakarta Joint Labour Secretariat (Sekber Buruh) again took to the streets.

October 2011

Pelita Online – October 21, 2011

Jakarta – The Occupy Jakarta movement inspired by Occupy Wall Street in New York continues to reverberate with no end in sight in the midst of the controversy surrounding the cabinet reshuffle and

Liputan 6 – October 19, 2011

Andri Yudhistira, Jakarta – A number of people in the name of “Occupy Jakarta” protested in front of the Jakarta Stock Exchange (JSX) on Jl. Sudirman in Jakarta on October 19.

Antara News – October 19, 2011

Jakarta – Scores of people attended the “Occupy Jakarta” protest action on the grounds of the Jakarta Stock Exchange (JSX) building on Wednesday October 19.

Metro TV News – October 19, 2011

Jakarta – In concert with the Occupy Wall Street movement that is calling for reforms to the United States’ economic policies, a similar movement has emerged in Indonesia.