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  • 24 July 2017
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Indonesia Ranks First in Public Trust, President Asks Press to Cover It

President Jokowi delivers a remarks at the Plenary Cabinet Meeting on Monday (24/7), at the State Palace, Jakarta

President Jokowi delivers a remarks at the Plenary Cabinet Meeting on Monday (24/7), at the State Palace, Jakarta

President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo expressed his highest appreciation to all ministries, particularly Ministry of Communication and Informatics, and related institutions for the result of Gallup World Poll (GWP), an internationally credible survey, in which Indonesia ranks first for public trust in the Government.

“This is really important because it is the fundamental of conducting our tasks. We will perform our tasks easier when the Government receives public trust,” President Jokowi said in a Plenary Cabinet Meeting on Monday(24/7), at the State Palace, Jakarta.

  • 24 July 2017
  • 36 Views

President Jokowi Responds to BPS’ Survey

President Jokowi, followed by Vice President and Cabinet Secretary, enters the State Palace to lead Plenary Cabinet Meeting, Monday (24/7) morning (Photo: Agung/PR)

President Jokowi, followed by Vice President and Cabinet Secretary, enters the State Palace to lead Plenary Cabinet Meeting, Monday (24/7) morning (Photo: Agung/PR)

The result of the survey of Statistics Indonesia (BPS) stated that in March 2017, the number of Indonesians living in poverty reached 27.77 million people (10.64 percent) or grew by 6,900 people compared to September 2016 (27.76 million people). Therefore, President Joko ‘Jokowi’ Widodo asked all ministries/institutions to make efforts to reduce poverty rate.

Moreover, the President also asked BPS to coordinate with Coordinating Ministers before conducting a survey. “If BPS does something related with a survey, all ministries should know it. I ask Coordinating Ministers to coordinate this kind of thing,” the President said in his introductory remarks at a Plenary Cabinet Meeting, in the State Palace, Jakarta, Monday (24/7).

  • 24 July 2017
  • 28 Views

RI Current Debt is Relatively Small, Cabinet Secretary Says

Cabinet Secretary Pramono Anung answers the reporters’ questions after the Plenary Cabinet Meeting, at the State Palace, Jakarta, Monday (24/7) afternoon. (Photo: Agung/PR)

Cabinet Secretary Pramono Anung answers the reporters’ questions after the Plenary Cabinet Meeting, at the State Palace, Jakarta, Monday (24/7) afternoon. (Photo: Agung/PR)

Cabinet Secretary Pramono Anung considered the growth of the Indonesian Government debt is relatively small. He reminded the public that three years ago, precisely at the end of 2014, Indonesian Government debt reached Rp2,604.93 trillion. Meanwhile, in April 2017, the Government debt grew to Rp3,667.41 trillion.

“Every year, we pay the debt of Rp250 trillion. So, in three years, it becomes Rp750 trillion. Well, now the debt is around Rp3,600 trillion, so actually the debt is relatively small,” Pramono told reporters after a Plenary Cabinet Meeting, at the State Palace, Jakarta, Monday (24/7) afternoon.

  • 23 July 2017
  • 41 Views

President Jokowi Visits Trans Sumatra Toll Road Construction Site

President Jokowi after visiting Trans Sumatera Toll Road construction site in Pekanbaru, Sunday (23/7). (Photo by: Public Relations Division/Oji)

President Jokowi after visiting Trans Sumatera Toll Road construction site in Pekanbaru, Sunday (23/7). (Photo by: Public Relations Division/Oji)

The development of Trans Sumatra Toll Road connecting Pekanbaru-Dumai whose construction began six months ago has entered the land clearing and land acquisition process.

“The land acquisition process is 47% finished,” said President Joko ‘Jokowi’ Widodo after visiting the construction site of the Toll Road in Pekanbaru on Sunday (23/7).

  • 22 July 2017
  • 49 Views

President Jokowi Says University Curriculum should be Flexible

DSC_6541-02-01-01-300x190To anticipate rapid changes, President Joko ‘Jokowi’ Widodo asked all universities, in particular universities under PP Muhammadiyah, especially Ahmad Dahlan University in Yogyakarta, to prepare themselves.

“Don’t be lulled by our routine activities that make us unable to create breakthroughs,” President Jokowi said when giving a lecture at the Campus of Ahmad Dahlan University, Bantul, DI Yogyakarta, Saturday (22/7) afternoon. The President added that we should not work monotonously and do not realize that there is a change. “We must have courage to make changes,” the President further said.

  • 20 July 2017
  • 135 Views

Gov’t Allocated Rp51 Trillion for Subsidy Electricity This Year

a speaker from the Directorate General of Electricity delivers a presentation at a Thematic Forum of the Governmental Public Relations Coordination Board (Bakohumas) of the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, in Depok, West Java, on Thursday (20/7)

a speaker from the Directorate General of Electricity delivers a presentation at a Thematic Forum of the Governmental Public Relations Coordination Board (Bakohumas) of the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, in Depok, West Java, on Thursday (20/7)

Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources in coordination with the Governmental Public Relations Coordination Board (Bakohumas) of Ministry of Communication and Informatics held a Thematic Forum adopting a theme “Right Targeted Electricity Subsidy Policy For A Just Energy”, at Margo Hotel, Depok, West Java, on 20 to 22 July 2017.

During the discussion session, Head of Subsidy and Electricity Tariff in the Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry’s Directorate General of Electricity, David Fernando Silalahi said that in the meeting discussing the draft of Revised State Budget (RAPBN-P) of 2017 between the Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry and the House of Representatives (DPR), the number of 900-VA customers who are eligible for the subsidy reaches 2.44 million. Therefore, the number increases from 4.1 million to 6.54 million households, so the subsidy has to be increased by Rp7 trillion in 2017.

  • 19 July 2017
  • 471 Views

President Jokowi Asks for Acceleration of Seaports, Airports, Road Development in West Papua

West Papua Governor Dominggus Mandacan (leftmost) attends a limited meeting led by President Jokowi, at the Presidential Office, Jakarta, on Wednesday (19/7)

West Papua Governor Dominggus Mandacan (leftmost) attends a limited meeting led by President Jokowi, at the Presidential Office, Jakarta, on Wednesday (19/7)

After leading a limited meeting on the Evaluation on Implementation of National Strategic Projects and Priority Programs in Papua Province, President Joko ‘Jokowi’ Widodo, accompanied by Vice President Jusuf Kalla, led a limited meeting on the Evaluation on Implementation of National Strategic Projects and Priority Programs in West Papua Province, at the Presidential Office, Jakarta, on Wednesday (19/7).

In his introductory remarks, President Jokowi said that West Papua Province faces several challenges, such as how to improve access to isolated areas, to open more new job opportunities, to eradicate poverty, and to create a more equitable development.

  • 19 July 2017
  • 489 Views

Government Disbands HTI After Receiving Input from Ulemas and the People

President Jokowi responds to the journalists’ questions after opening and visiting the exhibition of National Working Meeting X of APKASI and APKASI Autonomy Expo 2017, at JCC, Jakarta, on Wednesday (19/7) (Photo: PR/Rahmat)

President Jokowi responds to the journalists’ questions after opening and visiting the exhibition of National Working Meeting X of APKASI and APKASI Autonomy Expo 2017, at JCC, Jakarta, on Wednesday (19/7) (Photo: PR/Rahmat)

The Government, President Joko ‘Jokowi’ Widodo said, has long studied and examined as well as asked input from a lot of people, including ulemas, before making a decision to revoke legal entity status of Hizbut Tahrir Indonesia (HTI) and also to disband this organization, “The decision is as has been announced today,” the President said when responding to the journalists’ questions after opening and visiting the exhibition of National Working Meeting X of Association of Indonesian Regency Administrations (APKASI) and APKASI Autonomy Expo 2017, at Jakarta Convention Center (JCC), Jakarta, Wednesday (19/7) morning.

As previously reported, the Ministry of Law and Human Rights, on Wednesday (19/7), has issued a Decree to revoke legal entity status of HTI. The decision was made after government institutions who are in the domain of politics, law, and security have coordinated.

  • 18 July 2017
  • 595 Views

Foreign Affairs Ministry Promotes Diaspora Diplomacy

Participants of Thematic Forum of the Governmental Public Relations Coordination Board (Bakohumas) which adopts theme ‘Empowering Indonesian Citizen Living Abroad for the National Interest’ pose for a group photo at the Ballroom of Novotel Hotel, Tangerang, Banten, on Tuesday (18/7)

Participants of Thematic Forum of the Governmental Public Relations Coordination Board (Bakohumas) which adopts theme ‘Empowering Indonesian Citizen Living Abroad for the National Interest’ pose for a group photo at the Ballroom of Novotel Hotel, Tangerang, Banten, on Tuesday (18/7)

Acting Director General for Information and Public Diplomacy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Niniek Kun Naryatie asserted that there are times when diplomacy is a very exclusive job done only by diplomats.

“Diplomats were once the noble, the descendants of aristocrats, or aristocrats themselves. Diplomacy has elite impression that can only be done in the palaces, luxurious places by people in suit. Now, diplomacy can be done by anyone,” Niniek said in her remarks at a Thematic Forum of the Governmental Public Relations Coordination Board (Bakohumas) adopting a theme ‘Empowering Indonesian Citizen Living Abroad for the National Interest’ in Tangerang, Banten, on Tuesday (18/7).

  • 18 July 2017
  • 621 Views

President Jokowi Asks to Manage Online Transportation

Minister of Transportation Budi Karya Sumadi responds to the journalists’ questions after a Limited Meeting at the Presidential Office, Jakarta, Tuesday (18/7) (Photo: PR/Jay)

Minister of Transportation Budi Karya Sumadi responds to the journalists’ questions after a Limited Meeting at the Presidential Office, Jakarta, Tuesday (18/7) (Photo: PR/Jay)

The Government, through the Ministry of Transportation, continues to carry out assimilation process between online transportation services with the conventional ones in order to manage them well.

This statement was conveyed by Minister of Transporation Budi Karya Sumadi when responding to the journalists’ questions after a Limited Meeting on Online Transportation Management, Tuesday (18/7) at the Presidential Office, Jakarta.

Alhamdulillah, a collaboration between Gocar, Bluebird, Grab, Uber, taxis, and angkot (public minivan) has been established and it will be continued,” the Minister said while adding that it is impossible to avoid a change.

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