Dana Kemanusiaan Kompas
Nama & Peristiwa
political analysis bivitri susanti
Championing the “Losers”
There are groups of people who will always lose to the law, because the law operates in a formal setting that requires legal status and documentation.
Terms of Office, Mathematics, and Medium of Exchange
The current political elite of Indonesia has not changed since the reform movement 25 years ago. Organizations from the villages to the state need a rotation of power.
Authoritarianism and the Law
When all supervisional instruments are weak, power can no longer be controlled. Thus, policies that only benefit the government or parties close to the government will be more easily produced.
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.
Hero and Civic Space
Today is the best day to reflect back on heroism. Why is someone given the title of hero? When and what makes a person a hero or a villain?
‘Zero Point’ of National Police Reform
Beyond the issue of clothes, watches and luxury cars among police officers actually lie acute problems regarding law enforcement institutions, which in fact need a lot of improvement.
Power Intoxication Damages Judicial Independence
It is difficult to imagine what we can get from the Constitutional Court if this control function is to be weakened by threatening justices who are considered to have disobeyed the DPR.
Debate, Potential Leaders
A leader is chosen for his ideas that will collectively lead this nation to move forward. A leader who is engineered and polished will only lead a group who wants to reap benefits from the resources of this nation.
The Failure of Political Parties to Build Democracy
It is time for us to forcefully demand that political parties, old or new, change the rules of the game.
Policy without Virtue
We must at least use and spread the idea of creating and implementing policies that always possess virtue, and of a government that is willing to be governed by or to listen to its citizens.