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OPINION

Indonesian poll serves up a curious outcome

Oped, Gwynne Dyer, Published on 20/02/2024

» Indonesia's President Joko Widodo concluded his second five-year term last Tuesday with a national election in which his chosen successors won a convincing victory. "Jokowi", as everybody calls him, still enjoys 70% public approval, and he has every right to be proud of his past.

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OPINION

National Defence College course sparks buzz

Oped, Editorial, Published on 27/12/2023

» A new course launched by the National Defence College (NDC) that fosters networking among middle-level military personnel, state officials and businesspeople has caused a stir with critics saying it deepens patronage culture.

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OPINION

Prabowo gets a TikTok makeover

News, Published on 12/12/2023

» Indonesians will get a chance to hear from their presidential and vice-presidential hopefuls in the first of five televised debates this week. The theme of the discussion is, among other issues, human rights. It should provide an opportunity for voters in the world's third-largest democracy to probe the calibre and character of the front-runner for the country's top job.

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OPINION

1112op postbag p8 HM

Published on 11/12/2023

» Re: "English not for everyone", (PostBag, Dec 10).

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THAILAND

Nepotism questions raised about police promotions

Published on 06/12/2023

» Move Forward Party MP Rangsiman Rome has demanded an explanation about how a police officer who happens to be a nephew of Thaksin Shinawatra’s ex-wife managed to secure the top job with the immigration police at Phuket airport.

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OPINION

Too optimistic

Oped, Postbag, Published on 27/11/2023

» Re: "The Thaksin treatment", (Editorial, Nov 23).

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OPINION

Give opportunities

Oped, Postbag, Published on 21/11/2023

» Re: "Myanmar still a ticking time bomb", (Editorial, Nov 19).

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WORLD

Indonesian judges rapped over nepotism

Published on 07/11/2023

» JAKARTA - A judicial ethics panel in Indonesia has found the chief justice of the Constitutional Court guilty of ethical violations over a ruling that paved the way for the son of President Joko Widodo to run for the vice presidency.

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WORLD

Indonesian judge ‘guilty of backing nepotism

Published on 03/11/2023

» JAKARTA - The chief justice of Indonesia’s Constitutional Court is set to be found guilty of ethical violations for his role in a decision that paved the way for the president’s son to contest the 2024 elections, the head of a judicial ethics panel said on Friday.

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OPINION

Coming clean on Thaksin

Oped, Editorial, Published on 26/10/2023

» By the time the Corrections Department and the Justice Ministry decided to communicate with the public about former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra's health, it was too little, too late. The agency's reputation has been badly tainted as a result.