The Indonesian government has prepared four steps to ease the large-scale social restrictions by the end of May but there are a number of violations during the order. Is Indonesia ready?
And here we are again, ready and prepared to cope with serious challenges because we are very good at ‘ostrich solutions’. Put your head in the sand as danger approaches because if you can’t see it then it surely won’t notice you!
President Joko Widodo expected that the large-scale social restrictions and physical restrictions policy to be implemented more rigorously, more disciplined and more effectively.
On 23 March, the central government shipped a total of 165,000 PPE (personal protective equipment) to every province, and President Joko Widodo expects deliveries to be truly monitored.
President Joko Widodo held a limited meeting to prepare for the annual mudik or homecoming activity during Eid in Indonesia. The movement of people in such number will impose a huge risk of the expansion of the Covid-19 spread.
The Omnibus Bill has been topic of discussion for the last couple of weeks. Will amending 73 laws and consists of 15 chapters and 174 articles make this country better?
President Jokowi is now officially running the country for the second term. With Vice President Ma'aruf Amin and his cabinet members, the citizens of Indonesia are looking forward to the future of this country.
Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan represents the Indonesian government at German Unity Day on 3 October 2019 at Hotel Indonesia Kempinski.