Govt signs regulation to block illegal cell phones through IMEIFriday, 18 Oct 2019
“Yes, [the revisions were not signed by Jokowi],” Tri told CNNIndonesia.com. Tri, however, declined to explain why Jokowi refused to sign the revised KPK Law.
Likewise, Presidential Chief of Staff Moeldoko and presidential expert staff member Adita Irawati also declined to comment on Jokowi’s stance on the revised KPK Law.
Regardless, Tri asserted that the new KPK Law had still been ratified and enacted despite the lack of Jokowi’s signature.
According to Law No. 12/2011 on the drafting of laws and regulations, draft bills that have been agreed upon by the House of Representatives and the government will be sent to the president to be passed. If the president does not sign the draft bill within 30 days, the bill will be automatically passed and must be enacted.
Moeldoko considers retirement
Indonesia reelected to UN Human Rights Council
This will be Indonesia’s fifth time to join the council. Previously, Indonesia had been the council’s member for the 2006-2007, 2007-2010, 2011-2014 and 2015-2017 periods.
“This proves the international community’s trust in Indonesia, said Foreign Affairs Ministry Retno Marsudi.
Responding to the news, Vice President Jusuf Kalla expressed his hope that Indonesia’s implementation of human rights would be better in the future. Kalla further hoped that following Indonesia’s appointment as member of the council, there would be no more cases of human rights violation in the country.
Govt signs regulation to block illegal cell phones through IMEI
Communications and Information Minister Rudiantara, Industry Minister Airlangga Hartarto and Trade Minister Enggartiasto Lukita signed today a regulation to block illegal mobile phones based on International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI). IMEI is a special identification number for mobile phones issued by the GSM association for each GSM card slot issued by mobile phone manufacturers. The regulation will be effective six months after its signing, which is April 2020.
MCOR share price jumps 21 percent prior rights issue
Bank China Construction Bank Indonesia (MCOR) or CCB Indonesia share price skyrocketed at the trade opening this morning as it plans to offer a rights issue, jumping 21.32 percent to Rp 165 (US 1.2 cents) per share. PT Sinar Mas Multiartha (SMMA) has been registered as a standby buyer to the offering of 32 billion shares at Rp 100 per share.
Rumors of Erick Thohir to become minister boosts Mahaka share price
PT Mahaka Media (ABBA) was among the top gainers during trade on Thursday as the Jakarta Composite Index (JCI) closed 11.42 points or 0.18 percent higher to 6,181. Among the top gainers were PT Sky Energy Indonesia with a 19.77 percent increase, ABBA with a 13.75 percent, while PT Tiphone Mobile Indonesia (TELE) rose by 11. 66 percent. ABBA founder Erick Thohir, head of the Jokowi-Ma'ruf national campaign team, was rumored to be appointed a minister in the next Cabinet. However, there has been no confirmation regarding the issue.
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