Noticias

Jokowi: World leaders congratulate me

18 Abr 2019
Indonesia
Fuente: 
Jakarta Post

In a subtle rebuke to his rival’s repeated victory declaration, President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo said on Thursday evening that more than 13 state leaders had congratulated “all Indonesians, as well as Jokowi and Ma’ruf” for the success of the general election on April 17.

He was referring to his running mate Ma’ruf Amin.

Elections delayed in some areas of Jayapura

17 Abr 2019
Indonesia
Fuente: 
The Jakarta Post

Voting in several regions of Jayapura, Papua have been delayed owing to a lack of materials. 

“Besides in Abepura district, voting has been delayed in three subdistricts in South Jayapura district,” Papua General Elections Commission (KPU) head Theodorus Kossay said in Jayapura on Wednesday as quoted by Antara. 

Election materials such as ballots and ballot boxes have been sent to KPU Jayapura but have yet to be distributed to the polling stations in the aforementioned areas.

Election could be delayed for thousands of voters in Banggai

17 Abr 2019
Indonesia
Fuente: 
The Jakarta Post

The 2019 general election is likely to be postponed in Banggai regency, Central Sulawesi, due to a delay in the distribution of ballots.

Banggai regency was among the regions that were rocked by a 6.9-magnitude earthquake on April 12.

It was reported earlier that nine districts in the regency, including Luwuk, North Luwuk, South Luwuk, East Luwuk, West Luwuk, Batui, West Toili and Moilong, had not received their assigned quota of ballots by Wednesday.

Presidential candidates vie for support of retired military generals

08 Mar 2019
Indonesia
Fuente: 
The Jakarta Post

While no longer in command or leading troops, former military top brass is still seen as very influential in the April presidential election.

The two presidential tickets running in the 2019 election are competing for support from former military generals, with each camp claiming it has stronger backing than the other.

Govt willing to pardon remaining MIT members if they surrender

21 Jul 2016
Indonesia
Fuente: 
Jakarta Post

The government will consider pardoning the remaining members of the East Indonesia Mujahiddin (MIT) terrorist group if they surrender to security officers, an official said on Thursday.

"We will offer them a pardon once they leave their hideouts. They are Indonesian citizens after all," Coordinating Political, Legal and Security Affairs Minister Luhut Pandjaitan said on Thursday.

Govt backs TNI's role in anti-terror law

20 Jul 2016
Indonesia
Fuente: 
Jakarta Post

The government is insisting on including the role of the Indonesian Military (TNI) in the revision of the Terrorism Law in its efforts to safeguard the country against the threat of terrorism, a minister said on Wednesday.

Indonesia should not rely only on the National Police's anti-terrorist squad Densus 88 amid the rising global threat of terrorism, Coordinating Minister for Political, Legal and Security Affairs Minister Luhut Pandjaitan said. The government is considering whether to combine the force with the TNI to strengthen security measures.

EU, Indonesia launch free trade talks

19 Jul 2016
Indonesia
Fuente: 
The Star Online

The EU’s 28 member states agreed on Monday to launch free trade talks with Indonesia, despite growing public doubts in Europe about two major transatlantic deals.

The deal with Indonesia will build on pacts with other Asian powers such as Singapore and Vietnam.

“The EU and Indonesia represent a huge market of 750 million consumers. These negotiations are key to unleash synergies between our economies,” said EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstroem and Indonesian Trade Minister Tom Lembong in a joint statement.

IS declares war on Malaysia and Indonesia

05 Jul 2016
Indonesia
Fuente: 
The Star

A gun-toting adult is surrounded by children, and a teen standing away from the group is seen cradling an AK-47 assault rifle.

The man is wagging his right index finger back and forth, and talks in a mix of Bahasa Malaysia and what sounded like Arabic.

He expresses gratitude to Allah for “easing our journey and jihad” and for appointing them as “soldiers of Tawhid (The Oneness of God)”.

He called out to the authorities of the nusantara (archipelago) – especially in Malaysia and Indonesia.

Jokowi to sign Tax Amnesty Law soon

30 Jun 2016
Indonesia
Fuente: 
The Jakarta Post

President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo will soon sign the Tax Amnesty Law after the House of Representatives moved to pass the tax amnesty bill into law on Tuesday.

"The President has 30 days to sign the law," Cabinet Secretary Pramono Anung said at the State Palace on Wednesday.

Most important, Pramono continued, were instruments to facilitate inflows from the tax amnesty program. The government estimates that additional tax revenue from the program could reach Rp 165 trillion. He said the program would also have a multiplier effect on development and economic growth.

Constitutional Court calls on Jokowi to OK regional elections bill

27 Jun 2016
Indonesia
Fuente: 
The Jakarta Post

The Constitutional Court has called on President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo to immediately sign the bill on a revision to the 2015 Regional Elections Law that was approved by the House of Representative earlier this month.

The signing of bill by the President is necessary so that the court can proceed with a judicial review submitted by groups of residents, said Constitutional Court chairman Arief Hidayat in Jakarta on Monday.

Govt allocates extra funds for defense, security

23 Jun 2016
Indonesia
Fuente: 
Jakarta Post

The government and the House of Representatives’ budget committee agreed Thursday to allocate more funds to the Defense Ministry and the National Police in the revised draft of the 2016 state budget. 

The ministry will get an additional Rp 6.6 trillion (US$499 million) while the National Police will get Rp 5.7 trillion from a total of Rp 18 trillion in additional expenditures for ministries and institutions. 

Regions can reject revocation of bylaws: Home Ministry

22 Jun 2016
Indonesia
Fuente: 
The Jakarta Post

The Home Ministry said  regional administrations may file a lawsuit through the Supreme Court against the central government if they rejected the revocation of their problematic bylaws,  an official said on Tuesday.

"[Anyone] including regents, mayors, or even residents can file a lawsuit with the Supreme Court," The ministry's regional autonomy director general, Soni Sumarsono, said as quoted by kompas.com.

He said the ministry's decision to revoke bylaws aimed to improve efficiency and shorten bureaucracy to ease the process of attaining permits.

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