Dana Kemanusiaan Kompas
Nama & Peristiwa
Indonesia Gains New Investment Deals
The new investments in the energy sector are in line with Indonesia’s energy transition policy to achieve zero emissions by 2060.
Restriction Level Lowered, Residents Asked to Stay Alert
The situation outside Java and Bali has also been improving. The number of provinces under level 4 restrictions has dropped from seven to four.
President Jokowi Calls for Cut in PCR Test Costs
In addition, the President also ordered that the PCR test results be made available within 24 hours.
Public Backlash Against Dual Positions
Despite the controversy, we appreciate Ari Kuncoro’s decision on Wednesday (21/7) to resign from his position as deputy president commissioner of BRI.
Momentum of Awakening from the Pandemic
People still have to be patient and restrain themselves because they cannot interact directly, face-to-face, with their families and friends.
Amending the Constitution, GBHN and Presidency
The People’s Consultative Assembly (MPR) has denied that there have been proposals for the amendment and discussion of amending Article 7 of the 1945 Constitution.
Coup in Political Parties
Indonesia is indeed very unique, especially in terms of politics. In other countries, it is usually a military colonel or major who commits a coup against the general.
New Hope from the Merdeka Palace
Doctor Abdul Muthalib\'s hands were shaking as he thrust a syringe into the left arm of President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo at the Merdeka Palace, Jakarta, Wednesday (13/1/2021).
President Jokowi Calls on Residents to Register for Social Aid
The government has acknowledged that the social assistance data it has on disadvantaged people and citizens affected by the Covid-19 epidemic is incomplete.
Avoiding the Curse of the Second Period
Indeed, Bank Indonesia still has little room to lower interest rates. However, this policy will not necessarily be effective in increasing growth. Why?