Jakarta, InfoPublik –The Indonesian General Election Commission (KPU) will continue to maintain the target voter turnout for the simultaneous regional elections 2020 at 77.5 percent despite organized during the Covid-19 pandemic, as stated by KPU official Dewa Kade Wiarsa Raka Sandi, in his statement, Monday (30/11).
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Index Berita : Politic & Law
Jakarta, InfoPublik—President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo strongly condemned the terror attack happened in Sigi Regency of Central Sulawesi Province. The President emphasized that there is no place in the country for these acts of terrorism.
Jakarta, InfoPublik—Indonesia’s Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi stated that Indonesia expected good relations with the United States (US).
Jakarta, InfoPublik—President Joko Widodo received US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo at the Bogor Presidential Palace, West Java province, on Thursday (29/10).
Jakarta, InfoPublik—The governments of Indonesia and the United States (US) are paying attention to the peace process in Afghanistan.
Jakarta, InfoPublik - The House of Representatives (DPR) legislation body chair Supratman Andi Agtas dismissed an accusation that the house had not introduced the Job Creation (Omnibus) Draft Law to the public. Supratman affirmed that the house had explained the draft law in various occasions, for instance in a webinar discussing halal fatwa with the Indonesian Ulema council (MUI).
Jakarta, InfoPublik—Minister of Communications and Informatics Jhonny G. Plate stated that the posts and telecommunications sector plays an important role in overcoming the health crisis and national economic recovery during the 2019 Coronavirus Disease (Covid-19) pandemic, as the sector offers alternatives for people to stay involved in various productive activities while staying safe from the outbreak.
Jakarta, InfoPublik - Indonesia will always prioritize cooperation between countries that benefit all parties (win-win). Following the results of the 1955 Asian-African Conference that was initiated by Indonesia's 1st President Soekarno in the Bandung foundation.