It’s difficult to argue with the KPK’s almost perfect conviction record, a consistent 80% approval rating from the public and an average of 7,000 corruption tip-offs a year.
Former President B J Habibie, who came to power during the country’s turbulent transition to democracy after former strongman leader Suharto stepped down in 1998, has died.
Mr Joko is mulling over creating a ministerial post focused entirely on investment, merging the trade and industry ministries.
The poor know they’re poor: The roles of shame and stigma on the everyday lives of people in poverty
Despite lack of material goods, such as income, shelter, food and clothing, being an extremely important aspect of poverty, non-material aspects can also contribute to poverty in different ways.
Analysts say a promotion would be for Sri Mulyani, who has rock star appeal among citizens, to take on the additional role of coordinating minister for economic affairs
Media freedom in Indonesia has improved significantly since the end of the Suharto era, but between 2006 and 2014 there were an average of 50 cases of violence against journalists each year.