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Unpopular Policies for the Future

Presidential Chief of Staff Moeldoko said a number of unpopular decisions by the government would be beneficial in the next few years.

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Kompas Team
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KOMPAS/RONY ARIYANTO NUGROHO

Police members and armored vehicles block a road as they guard Bogor Palace during a student rally to mark the first year of the Joko Widodo-Maruf Amin administration as they also protested the Job Creation Law on Jl Sudirman in Bogor, West Java, on Tuesday (20/10/2020). Similar rallies were held by students in a number of spots in Bogor. The police guarded areas around Bogor Palace and blocked some roads.

Presidential Chief of Staff Moeldoko said a number of unpopular decisions by the government would be beneficial in the next few years.

JAKARTA, KOMPAS β€” President Joko Widodo is preparing the foundation for an advanced Indonesia with a competitive advantage. For this purpose, the government had to take a number of steps that may be unpopular today but will create benefits in the next few years.

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