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The Collapsing Pillars of the Rule of Law
As soon as a judge is removed because his decision was not liked, it is in fact the collapse of the pillars of the rule of law. Because this means that authorities have control over the judiciary.
Tax Reform with Justice
Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati said the series of amendments in the law were aimed at creating a tax system with greater justice and effectiveness in order to increase the tax ratio.
Justice for Victims
The Supreme Court\'s ruling and the steps taken by the state prosecutor\'s office to immediately send the convicts to prison deserve appreciation.
Financial Inclusion for Justice
Increasing financial inclusion will accelerate recovery from the coronavirus-induced economic downturn in a sustainable and fair manner.
Constitutional Court Law Revision: In Whose Interest?
The House of Representatives (DPR) and the government recently passed the second revision of the Constitutional Court Law. The law revision was deliberated quickly, and took only seven days to complete.
Reflecting on 75 Years of Pancasila
The war on Covid-19, which has been going on since the beginning of this year, should be used to reflect on the journey of our state’s foundation, Pancasila.
Agrarian Bill Deviating from Justice
Struggles in Handling Disputes
Year of Justice, When Will it Arrive?
The people generally fill the role of “political subjects”. However, the possibility remains wide open for the people to be plunged into the depths of practical politics objects and victims.
Justice Tarnished Again