Thursday, 21st August 2014
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  • Some 2.8 million school students appear for national exams
    14th April 2014
    About 2.8 million students from upper secondary schools (SMA), senior high Islamic schools (MA), senior high vocational schools (SMK), and Packet C students appeared for a three-day long state examinations across the country, on ...
  • Islamic-based parties can form coalition
    13th April 2014
    The Islamic-based political parties have the potential to form a coalition to nominate presidential and vice presidential candidates for the July 9, 2014 presidential elections. Based on unofficial quick counts on the ...
  • Indonesian major parties need coalition government
    10th April 2014
    Electoral contestants in Wednesdays (April 9) legislative elections will need a coalition to form a government as, based on quick counts, none of them has collected the required number of votes to nominate a presidential ...
  • Vote buying still mars legislative elections
    9th April 2014
    Vote buying still mars the countrys legislative elections on Wednesday despite threat of criminalization of such practice. Indonesians cast votes to elect candidates for the members of the House of Representatives, ...
  • Distribution of election supplies in Papua challenging
    9th April 2014
    Some 185.8 million out of Indonesias population of about 240 million will go to polling stations to cast their votes for the legislative elections across Indonesia on April 9, 2014. Distribution of election materials, such ...
  • Satinah finally escapes beheading in saudi arabia
    4th April 2014
    Convicted Indonesian migrant worker Satinah, facing beheading for murder in Saudi Arabia, was finally freed from the death penalty after the Indonesian government and the victims family agreed upon a 7 million Riyal diyat ...
  • Garuda Indonesia sets ambitious target in 2014
    3rd April 2014
    Having a population of around 245 million people and comprising about 1,300 islands stretching from Sabang to Merauke, Indonesia was a very promising market for the airline industry. "The market potential that had not yet ...
  • Beware of money politics
    2nd April 2014
    It is not unusual to hear about allegations of money politics to influence the voters, during elections, to favor the givers. The Elections Monitoring Agency (Bawaslu) has a suspicion that some political parties have ...
  • Visually impaired demand rights to vote by secret ballot
    26th March 2014
    Within the next 15 days, Indonesian people will cast their votes in the legislative elections, but those with visual impairment have considered the upcoming elections discriminative towards them. The visually impaired are ...
  • Constitutional Court ready to tackle election disputes
    25th March 2014
    Indonesias Constitutional Court was ready to deal with possible disputes that could emerge from the upcoming legislative elections on April 9. The court on Friday, March 21, had sworn in two new justices to fill the ...