If the US cannot manage its home, how can the US spread democracy or act as an example of democracy when democracy in its own country is paralyzed?
On Dec. 30, 2020, it was exactly 11 years since Abdurrahman Wahid or Gus Dur, the 4t President of the Republic of Indonesia, died.
Bureaucracy is not something tangible. It is abstract. It is invisible, untouchable and complex
As the Covid-19 pandemic has shown no signs of abating, the public continues to express its trust in democracy.
If such a trend remains until the General Elections Commission (KPU) names the victors of the regional elections, it may be concluded that the tendency of sole candidates winning elections has strengthened.
The Polling Station Working Committees (KPPS) were of great service in setting democracy in motion during the simultaneous regional elections of 2020.
The title of Kompas’ editorial on the 18 Nov. 2020 edition was "Corruption Is Still Massive, Continues".
Why is it necessary to "revive" or rejuvenate democracy? Is democracy no longer alive? Isn't democracy the most dominant political system in the world that it is hard to believe it could die?
Joe Biden's victory in the United States Elections is a relief not only for Americans but for the world.
A recent finding that many candidates in the upcoming regional head elections had failed to report their campaign funds and accepted donations is quite surprising.