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  • 20 February 2018
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Gov’t Temporarily Stops All Elevated Projects

Minister of Public Works and Public Housing gives a press statement at the Presidential Office, Jakarta, Tuesday (20/2). (Photo by: Public Relations Division/Jay)

Minister of Public Works and Public Housing gives a press statement at the Presidential Office, Jakarta, Tuesday (20/2). (Photo by: Public Relations Division/Jay)

In the wake of a string of construction accidents, with the latest one being the collapse of pier head formwork on the Bekasi-Cawang-Kampung Melayu (Becakayu) Toll Road Kebon Nanas, East Jakarta, on Tuesday (20/2), the Indonesian Government has decided to halt road elevated projects.

“So we will temporarily stop road elevated projects for evaluation by a team from the Construction Safety Committee,” said Minister of Public Works and Public Housing Basuki Hadimuljono in a press statement after a Limited Cabinet Meeting at the Presidential Office, Jakarta, Tuesday (20/2).

  • 20 February 2018
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Cabinet Secretary Hopes ITB Takes Part in Infrastructure Development

Cabinet Secretary Pramono Anung attends a Gala Dinner Towards the 100th Anniversary of ITB and engineering higher education in Indonesia as well as fundraising, Monday (19/2), at the Auditorium of the Ministry of PUPR. (Photo by: Jay/PR)

Cabinet Secretary Pramono Anung attends a Gala Dinner Towards the 100th Anniversary of ITB and engineering higher education in Indonesia as well as fundraising, Monday (19/2), at the Auditorium of the Ministry of PUPR. (Photo by: Jay/PR)

Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) is expected to participate in the Government’s infrastructure development programs, says Cabinet Secretary Pramono Anung at a Gala Dinner Towards ITB and Engineering Higher Education 100th Anniversary in Indonesia held at the Auditorium of Ministry of Public Works and Public Housing, Jakarta. It also serves as a fundraising event.

“Ladies and gentlemen, hopefully this event brings a deep meaning for our engineering high schools,” Pramono said.

  • 19 February 2018
  • 122 Views

VP Calls on People to Take Care of Sport Facilities Ahead of Asian Games

Vice President Jusuf Kalla leads a Coordinating Meeting on the Preparation for the 2018 Asian Games Organization, at multipurpose building, Senayan, Jakarta, on Monday (19/2)

Vice President Jusuf Kalla leads a Coordinating Meeting on the Preparation for the 2018 Asian Games Organization, at multipurpose building, Senayan, Jakarta, on Monday (19/2)

Vice President Jusuf Kalla has regretted acts of vandalism that hit Gelora Bung Karno Main Stadium (GUBK) in Jakarta by soccer supporters during the 2018 President’s Cup Final between Persija Jakarta and Bali United on Saturday (17/2).

The Vice President reminded people that Indonesia will host the 18th Asian Games – a large scale sport event – in August; thus, he called on people to take care of the sport facilities.

  • 19 February 2018
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Cabinet Secretary Issues Regulation on Cabinet Meetings

The convening of a limited meeting (Photo by: Documentation of Cabinet Secretariat, Public Relations Division)

The convening of a limited meeting (Photo by: Documentation of Cabinet Secretariat, Public Relations Division)

To implement the tenth point of Presidential Instruction Number 7 of 2017 on the Making, Supervision, and Control of Policies at the level of State Ministry and Government Institutions, Cabinet Secretary Pramono Anung on 23 January 2018 signed a Regulation of Cabinet Secretary Number 1 of 2018 on Guideline of Preparation, Implementation, and Follow-up of the Results of Cabinet Meetings (link: Perseskab No 1 Tahun 2018).

The Regulation serves as a guideline and standard to prepare, convene, and follow-up a Cabinet Meeting so that policies made through the Meeting can be implemented more effectively and the follow-up can be done optimally.

  • 18 February 2018
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Industry Minister: Indonesia Able to be Production Base for World Class Telecommunication Devices

A Number of Ministers and National Police Chief during the confiscation of illegal mobile phones. (Photo by: Archive of the Ministry of Industry).

A Number of Ministers and National Police Chief during the confiscation of illegal mobile phones. (Photo by: Archive of the Ministry of Industry).

Mobile phone industry in the country has experienced a rapid growth in production numbers over the last five years. This is as a result of the Government’s efforts to spur the development of telecommunications and informatics sector.

“The increase in mobile phone production in Indonesia is partly due to the creation of a conducive business climate, downstream policy, and optimization of local components resulting in more value added,” the Minister of Industry Airlangga Hartarto said in Jakarta on Saturday (17/2).

  • 14 February 2018
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Gov’t to Continue Distributing Land Certificate to People Across Indonesia

President Jokowi distributes land certificate to people in Hatu, West Lehitu Sub-district, Central Maluku, Maluku, on Wednesday (14/2)

President Jokowi distributes land certificate to people in Hatu, West Lehitu Sub-district, Central Maluku, Maluku, on Wednesday (14/2)

The Government has distributed 51 million out of the targeted 126 million land certificates to the people across Indonesia.

“Each year, the Government only issued 500,000 certificates. That means it will take 150 years to distribute all if the situation does not improve,” President Jokowi said when distributing land cerificates to the people in Maluku Province, Hatu, West Lehitu Sub-district, Central Maluku, Maluku, on Wednesday (14/2).

  • 14 February 2018
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Cash Labor-Intensive Program to Increase People’s Purchasing Power

President Jokowi inspects labor intensive program in West Seram Regency, Maluku, on Wednesday (14/2)

President Jokowi inspects labor intensive program in West Seram Regency, Maluku, on Wednesday (14/2)

President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo asserted that cash labor-intensive program promoted by the Government would increase people’s purchasing power by involving the local residents.

“We want cash labor-intensive program can distribute budget directly to villages so that people`s consumption or purchasing power could increase,” President Jokowi said when inspecting the construction of irrigation and paddy field production road in Waimital Village, Kairatu Sub-district, West Seram Regency, on Wednesday (14/2).

  • 13 February 2018
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President Jokowi Asks to Simplify Banking System

President Jokowi and several ministers prior to the arrival of Queen Maxima at the Merdeka Palace, Jakarta, Tuesday (13/2) (Photo: Rahmat/ PR)

President Jokowi and several ministers prior to the arrival of Queen Maxima at the Merdeka Palace, Jakarta, Tuesday (13/2) (Photo: Rahmat/ PR)

President Joko ‘Jokowi’ Widodo stated that complicated system as well as permits must be simplified so that the Government can accelerate financial inclusion.

“If we cannot solve these problems, we cannot achieve our target as fast as we hope for,” the President told the reporters after he received a courtesy call from the United Nations Secretary General’s Special Advocate (UNSGSA) for Financial Inclusion, Queen Maxima, from the Netherlands, at the Merdeka Palace, Jakarta, on Tuesday morning (13/2).

  • 13 February 2018
  • 966 Views

Home Affairs Minister: Many Regional Heads Still Have Integrity

Home Affairs Minister Tjahjo Kumolo

Home Affairs Minister Tjahjo Kumolo

Although several regional heads, be it Governors, Regents or Mayors have been caught in sting operations held by the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) for alleged bribery or gratification, Minister of Home Affairs Tjahjo Kumolo affirmed that there are still many regional heads who are clean and have integrity.

“Of the more than 500 regional heads in Indonesia, some are caught in the case, mostly due to corruption case. However, there are still many who are clean and have integrity,” Tjahjo told reporters after attending a Plenary Cabinet Meeting on Government Work Plan at the State Palace, Jakarta, Monday (2/12) afternoon.

  • 12 February 2018
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Diplomat Must Fight for Country’s Interest

President Jokowi in Pancasila Building, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Jakarta on Monday (12/2)

President Jokowi in Pancasila Building, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Jakarta on Monday (12/2)

Today, being a diplomat is not easy because diplomat bears difficult tasks as many uncertainties persist in the world.

“Various parts of the world are at wars, conflicts, humanitarian crisis that resulted in million of refugees. Cross-border crime, terrorism, human trafficking, illicit drugs trafficking threatened not only Indonesia but all countries,” President Jokowi said in a remarks during a Working Meeting of the Representatives of the Government of Indonesia with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, at Pancasila Building, Ministry of Foreign Affairs Complex, Jakarta, on Monday (12/2).

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