President Joko Widodo appointed a selection committee for General Elections Commission (KPU) member candidates. People with government’s close connections are prone to interventions
President Joko Widodo inaugurated 3,103 TNI Reserve Components, saving military personnel budget yet posing high risks.
The government and the House of Representatives (DPR) have yet to agree on the schedule for the 2024 general election. House's factions are divided over the opinions.
Two Indonesia Onward Cabinet ministers were mentioned in the Pandora Papers document, potentially tarnishing the image of Jokowi's administration.
The Indonesian National Police (Polri) offered 56 Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) employees who did not pass the nationality test to become state civil servants (ASN) in their institutions.
The government allocated Rp 12.2 trillion to strengthen maritime defense in Natuna, Riau Islands, to deal with the escalating foreign threats and the risk of piracy.
Rumors surrounding the cabinet have arisen because of the habit of President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo, who reportedly often makes important decisions on Pon Wednesday, his birthday according to the Javanese calendar.
The government allows high-ranking Indonesian National Armed Forces (TNI) and police officers to become regional head officials.
The Golkar Party prepares several candidates to substitute the arrested graft-suspect Azis Syamsuddin as deputy chairman of the House of Representatives (DPR). Lodewijk Paulus becomes the strongest candidate.
Chairman of the National Mandate Party (PAN) Zulkifli Hasan revealed that he had proposed the Chairman of the PAN Honorary Council Soetrisno Bachir to join the Indonesia Onward Cabinet.