Editorial: Namru-2 for who
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM Approaching election year, it's guessing time again on who exactly is speaking for the public good. One day it's fuel subsidies, the next it's rice, and yet another day we were made to wonder whether indeed a 40-year-old U.S. laboratory should be closed down in our national interest. A tempest rose in the past weeks over a Central Jakarta-based biomedical laboratory, Naval Medical Research...
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