The government scrapped the plan to hold the COVID-19 vaccination plan in November this year after receiving several warnings from various parties, including epidemiologists and doctors.
The Omnibus Law on Job Creation has been challenged to the Constitutional Court even before it is officially enforced. As of last week, three lawsuits were filed: two judicial reviews and one formal lawsuit.
In this piece, D-Insights tries to dissect the Omnibus Bill on Job Creation to summarize the changes.
Indonesia is one step closer to a new era of manpower, with a change of regulations on wages, severance pay, and contract workers.
The social restriction policy in Jakarta has reaped condemnation from central government officials. The main concern of the central government is that social restrictions will further suppress economic growth.
Even though the pandemic has escalated, the Indonesian government still does not want to re-implement social restrictions for fear of its impact on the economy. For this reason, presenting COVID-19 vaccines and drugs is the only option.
Jiwasraya's policy rescue effort is entering a new phase. The SOE Ministry has designed a rescue scheme that includes the establishment of a new insurance company and a major policy restructuring, in addition to the state capital injection.
An amendment to the Bank Indonesia Law suddenly entered the priority list of discussions in the national legislation program (Prolegnas) in parliament.
House members questioned the protracted discussion of the "burden-sharing" between the government and the central bank.
Jakarta applied a phased easing on PSBB starting Friday, June 5, 2020. Governor Anies Baswedan called this easing a transitional period.