“Hi guys,” 22-year-old legislative candidate Tsamara Amany says in the opening to the latest video on her Instagram account. “I get a lot of questions through direct messages or comments on my photos but sometimes I don’t have enough time to answer them. Now, those of you who have questions, go ahead and write them below and I’ll answer the 10 best questions in my next vlog.”
The Jakarta Police questioned General Elections Commission (KPU) chairman Arief Budiman and commissioner Pramono Ubaid on Tuesday over a report filed by Hanura Party chairman and Regional Representatives Council (DPD) Speaker Oesman Sapta Odang.
WASHINGTON (Kyodo) -- Senior officials from the United States and China started a two-day meeting in the U.S. capital Wednesday in an effort to resolve the tariff war between the two countries, China's Xinhua News Agency reported.
Bank Indonesia (BI) Governor Perry Warjiyo has said that under the current exchange rate, the rupiah was still undervalued and could, therefore, further strengthen against the US dollar in the coming days.
TOKYO -- Radioactive materials that appear to be uranium were sold and bought on an internet auction website, people close to a police investigation into the case told the Mainichi Shimbun on Jan. 30 TOKYO -- Radioactive materials that appear to be uranium were sold and bought on an internet auction website, people close to a police investigation into the case told the Mainichi Shimbun on Jan. 30.
The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) commissioner Alexander Marwata lauded the General Election Commission (KPU) for releasing the list of former corruption convicts who is running as legislative candidates in the 2019 Election. According to him, the list will be a public reference for voters to cast a ballot for a clean and honest people’s representative.
Osaka city and prefecture and two other prefectures in western Japan plan to apply for hosting newly legalized casino resorts, but dozens more are reluctant to do so amid concerns over public safety, a Kyodo News survey showed Sunday.
TOKYO (Kyodo) -- Japan's economy is likely to be experiencing its longest expansion phase since the end of World War II amid solid domestic demand and a tightening labor market, the government said Tuesday.In the January edition of its monthly economic report, the Cabinet Office kept its headline assessment that the economy is "recovering at a moderate pace."
Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawarti has responded to criticism of swelling government debt, which reached Rp 4.42 quadrillion (US$313.83 billion) in December, by arguing that people should not only see the debt from its nominal side.
The attorney of former Jakarta Governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama or BTP, Teguh Samudra, said that his client had no intention to change mind in running oil trading business despite its unstable price at markets.