Covid-19 and the Rule of Law

Some states may be utilizing emergency powers to consolidate executive authority at the expense of the rule of law

06 July 2020 | 03:25 AM


Covid-19 Deaths Hit New Record as Indonesia Endures Worst Week in the Outbreak

East Java reported a record 552 Covid-19 cases, while new cases in Central Java topped 200 for the first time.

05 July 2020 | 09:53 PM


Three Suspected Militants Arrested in Central Java

The three suspects have links to the lone attacker of a senior police officer in Central Java last month.

05 July 2020 | 05:49 AM


Coronavirus Cases Continue to Surge in East Java, Jakarta

Jakarta saw a plateau in the curve of transmissions in early May, but it began to move upward on June 9.

04 July 2020 | 09:23 PM


Two Indian-American Women Could Be in 2020 US Presidential Tickets

The 2020 presidential election could be a showdown between Joe Biden-Kamala Harris, and Donald Trump-Nikki Haley

04 July 2020 | 05:14 PM


Antitrust Body's Decision Against Grab Can Turn Away Foreign Investors: Attorney

Attorney Hotman Paris said that KPPU's decision lacks a clear legal basis and can turn away foreign investors.

04 July 2020 | 04:07 PM


Eastspring Paves Way for Indonesians to Invest in Alibaba, Tencent

Eastspring launched Eastspring Syariah Greater China Equity USD on June 15 to Standard Chartered Bank Customers.

04 July 2020 | 02:07 PM


Grab Seeks an Appeal Against Indonesia's Antitrust Decision

KPPU found Grab Indonesia and its car-rental partner guilty for discriminating against some independent drivers.

04 July 2020 | 03:18 AM


Indonesia’s Coronavirus Cases Top 60,000, Active Cases below 50 Pct

It’s for the first time since the outbreak the number of active cases has gone below 50 percent of confirmed cases.

03 July 2020 | 09:37 PM


Judge in Pertamina Graft Case Joins Company’s Subsidiary

Anwar was the only judge who ruled in favor of Karen Agustiawan at the district court level.

03 July 2020 | 06:40 PM