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Following reshuffle threat, Jokowi urges Cabinet to work optimallyJuly 08, 2020
In a meeting between President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo and the leaders of the People’s Consultative Assembly (MPR) that took place at the Bogor Palace, West Java, on Wednesday, MPR Chairman Bambang “Bamsoet” Soesatyo said that several issues had been discussed, including the potential Cabinet reshuffle.
Fugitives exploit lax immigration systemJuly 08, 2020
Immigration authorities have once again found themselves under scrutiny after failing to detect the arrival of high-profile graft convict and fugitive Djoko Soegiarto Tjandra, who is believed to have returned to Indonesia after spending about 10 years overseas.
Indonesia to hold digital celebration of 75th Independence Day amid COVID-19 concernsJuly 07, 2020
In line with most other public events taking place amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Indonesia’s 75th Independence Day is to be commemorated digitally on Aug. 17 in compliance with the prevailing health protocols.
Hunt continues for fugitive Djoko TjandraJuly 07, 2020
The South Jakarta District Court postponed again on Monday a hearing for a case review sought by Djoko Soegiarto Tjandra, a high-profile corruption convict and fugitive from the law who has reportedly returned to the country after being at large for over a decade.
State Palace will not invite public to Independence Day celebrationsJuly 06, 2020
“We may hold a virtual ceremony. We will continue to issue invitations to ministries and institutions, but they will only attend from their respective [homes or offices]. We will not invite the public as they’ll understand that we must prioritize their health and the appropriate protocols,” Heru said in a press conference held on Monday.