Stories By Devianti Faridz
115 Apr 2014 Tue
A week after the legislative elections in Indonesia, political parties are working hard to form coalitions to better their chances at the July 9 presidential elections.
211 Apr 2014 Fri
The prospect of an unconvincing election win in Indonesia has prompted worries of future policy deadlock in Southeast Asia's biggest economy.
304 Apr 2014 Fri
A ground-breaking report on legislators currently in office by the Indonesian Parliamentary Watch has rated their performance as lacklustre.
403 Apr 2014 Thu
Indonesia's political parties are often forced to turn to corrupt ways to raise funds as membership fees, state budget and public donations are simply not enough to fill party coffers.
531 Mar 2014 Mon
Political parties in Indonesia are pulling out all stops in promoting their party and their candidates in the upcoming election. Television and radio ads play an important part in campaigning, but there are concerns media moguls with political party links will sway public opinion unfairly.
624 Mar 2014 Mon
Gerindra hopes to garner at least 20 per cent of the vote -- a big jump from the 4.5 per cent it received in the last election - in order to reach the threshold to nominate a presidential candidate.
718 Mar 2014 Tue
Golkar has unveiled its target for a prosperous Indonesia in just over 30 years, and has dangled goodies such as a cut in land taxes.
817 Mar 2014 Mon
Indonesian authorities appear determined to resolve the haze problem in Riau which has disrupted flights and caused thousands of residents to suffer from respiratory illnesses.
906 Mar 2014 Thu
A leading global real estate consultancy has ranked the Indonesian capital the hottest luxury market in the world after the city again recorded staggering levels of price growth.
1003 Mar 2014 Mon
Indonesia's parliament is a step closer to ratifying the ASEAN Agreement on Trans-boundary Haze Pollution. Parties representing nearly 65 per cent of lawmakers have agreed to ratify the treaty.