Mechanics check the engine of a car that will be up for auction at the General Election Commission (KPU) office in Jakarta on Tuesday. The KPU will auction 18 of its vehicles, including a bus, as part of its facilities-rejuvenation program.
PT Daerah Maju Bersaing (PT DMB), which controls 24 percent of miner PT Newmont Nusa Tenggara’s shares, accused the latter of telling lies to the public, saying the US$38-million dividend the West Nusa Tenggara provincial government’s company received from the miner’s past profit was not a gift, but the result of a negotiation.
Relatives of victims who perished during the 1965 purge visited the National Commission on Human Rights in Jakarta on Tuesday, where they demanded that the commission conclude investigations into the alleged gross human right violations and recommended that the President compensate victim.
A political analyst is downplaying the Democratic Party’s (PD) plans to hold a convention to nominate its presidential and vice-presidential candidates for the 2014 election.
The Court Monitoring Coalition (KPP) submitted several names of “poor” Supreme Court justice candidates to the Judicial Commission (KY) on Tuesday.
The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) has named two more suspects in a bribery case centering on the construction of sporting venues for the upcoming National Games (PON) in Riau, an official says.
Golkar politician and former vice president Jusuf Kalla laughed when asked if he was ready to run for president again in 2014.
The Alliance of Independent Journalists (AJI) say it supports the Corruption Eradication Commission’s (KPK) probe into the alleged involvement of a journalist in the scandal surrounding the construction of the Southeast Asian Games athletes’ village.
Ahmad Mubarok, a party advisory board member for the ruling Democratic Party (PD), says that the party will hold a convention to select the party’s candidate for president and vice president for the 2014 elections.
Indonesia’s top antigraft body publicly refused the request for “compromise” from infamous graft convict Muhammad Nazaruddin over the return of his fugitive wife, Neneng Sri Wahyuni.
The Attorney General’s Office (AGO) confirms that both infamous graft convict and former junior taxman Gayus Tambunan and junior tax official Dhana Widyatmika, currently a graft suspect, have handled the same corporate taxpayer in the past.
A Judicial Commission spokesman says that representatives of both the Commission and the Supreme Court have been meeting to deliberate new plans to ensure the welfare of Indonesian judges.
A son and a daughter of the late critic and writer Sutan Takdir Alisjahbana could serve seven years in prison as both are standing trial for fraud and embezzlement.