Tag: Joko Widodo
Indonesian leader tightens security after knife attack left security minister requiring surgery.
Authorities target extremist network behind assassination attempt on ex-army chief.
Former general Wiranto stable in hospital, couple arrested.
Indonesia plans to lessen its tight labour rules on foreign companies.
Indonesian president’s offer comes after seven weeks of massive riots in West Papua.
2 students died in violent clash with police, inviting widespread criticism.
Puluhan ribu menyertai perhimpunan terbesar sejak protes pelajar 1998 yang menumbangkan bekas presiden Suharto.
Presiden Indonesia menyeru parlimen pertimbangkan undang-undang itu dengan lebih lanjut susulan bantahan orang ramai.
Malaysia mahu membantu Indonesia menangani kebakaran hutan kerana mempunyai peralatan pengeboman air.
Imam Nahrawi accused of taking 26.5 billion rupiah in bribes.
The Corruption Eradication Commission has become one of the country's most respected agencies.
Indonesia is among the 10 countries with the highest number of child brides where one in every seven girls is married before the age of 18.
Some of the reforms to Indonesia's Corruption Eradication Commission have alarmed anti-corruption activists.
Baru-baru ini, Presiden Indonesia Joko Widodo mengumumkan bahawa ibu negara baru itu kemungkinan besar ditempatkan di daerah Penajam Paser Utara dan Kutai Kertanegara di Borneo.
The latest protest was apparently sparked off by the detention of Papuan students in Surabaya accused of bending a flagpole in front of a dormitory during Independence Day celebrations, activists say.
Southeast Asia’s largest economy is forecast to grow 5.3% next year.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo made the proposal during his state of the union speech at parliament, a day before the country celebrates its 74th independence anniversary.
The Indonesian president says the two state oil companies should collaborate or even combine to become a big enterprise with more capacity, capital and equity.
Pada Feb 2015, Dr Mahathir pernah memandu uji sebuah kereta Proton dengan Jokowi di litar uji Sepang.
With easy access to two international airports, it also meets the main criteria for the new capital set by President Jokowi, including being largely free from risk of natural disasters such as earthquakes or floods.
The president notes complaints about haze are once again making headlines in neighbouring countries.
Jakarta, the centre of government and business in Indonesia, suffers periodic blackouts that are usually short-lived and confined to certain areas.
Calls have been made for Aceh to drop its harsh shariah law, however in the conservative state, it receives wide support.
President Joko Widodo is trying to attract more business from abroad to partly ensure more resilient financing for the current account deficit.