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Babel governor dead at 61

The Jakarta Post, Jakarta | Archipelago | Tue, July 30 2013, 2:50 PM

Bangka Belitung (Babel) Governor Eko Maulana Ali died at the age of 61 at the Metropolitan Medical Center in Jakarta on Tuesday at 12:35 a.m., an official says.

Babel Tourism and Culture Agency head Yan Megawandi said the late governor died of an illness he had suffered for years.

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Patrialis Akbar appointed as new Constitutional Court judge

The Jakarta Post, Jakarta | National | Tue, July 30 2013, 6:43 PM

Indonesian Legal Aid Institute Foundation (YLBHI) chairman Alvon Kurnia Palma says President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono has appointed former Law and Human Rights Minister Patrialis Akbar as a Constitutional Court judge to replace Achmad Sodiki.

“The presidential regulation was issued yesterday,” said Alvon in Jakarta on Tuesday, as quoted by

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S. Sumatra Police vow to go all out in securing Pertamina pipelines

The Jakarta Post, Jakarta | Archipelago | Tue, July 30 2013, 7:43 PM

The South Sumatra police plans to deploy intelligence units and more patrolling officers to monitor state-owned oil and gas firm PT Pertamina’s pipeline from Tempino to Plaju. The efforts are being
taken to prevent oil theft.

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RI to build international anti-corruption academy: SBY

The Jakarta Post, Jakarta | National | Tue, July 30 2013, 7:35 PM

President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono (SBY) has said that Indonesia intends to build an international anti-corruption academy to improve efforts in fighting corruption.

“Indonesia will initiate the establishment of an international anti-corruption academy,” Yudhoyono said in his twitter account @SBYYudhoyono on Tuesday.

SBY said he expected that the academy would be able to produce professionals that would further boost both the quality and quantity of graft eradication.

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Police officer shot while en route to office

The Jakarta Post, Jakarta | Jakarta | Sat, July 27 2013, 1:25 PM

Jakarta Police spokesman Sr. Comr. Rikwanto said a police officer was shot by unidentified men while en route to Gambir Police station in Central Jakarta.

“Second Adj.Insp. Patah Saktiyono was shot in the left side of the chest by two unidentified men on Jl Cirendeu Rata, in front of Al-Fath school, South Tangerang,” Rikwanto told The Jakarta Post
on Saturday.

He said Patah, a traffic policeman, was rushed to the Kramat Jati Police Hospital in East Jakarta.

A police team has been deployed to search for the perpetrators and find the motive behind the shooting.(hrl/dic)

Writer: Haeril Halim, cub reporter at the Jakarta Post. SOURCE

Bank Indonesia Buka Lowongan Pegawai Baru

JAKARTA, — Bank Indonesia (BI) membuka penerimaan calon pegawai. Penerimaan calon pegawai ini dibuka melalui jalur Pendidikan Calon Pegawai Muda (PCPM).

Berdasarkan informasi yang dihimpun dari situs resmi BI di Jakarta, Jumat (26/7/2013), penerimaan calon pegawai mulai 26 Juli hingga 1 Agustus 2013.

Adapun Persyaratan jenjang pendidikan untuk jalur PCPM minimal lulus sarjana strata 1 (S-1), memiliki kemampuan bahasa Inggris aktif, bersedia menjalani ikatan dinas dan melepas ikatan dinas dari institusi lain.

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President calls on lawyers to provide justice for the poor

The Jakarta Post, Jakarta | National | Fri, July 26 2013, 5:56 PM

President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono has called on Indonesian lawyers to provide adequate legal assistance for the poor who, he acknowledges, to have limited access to justice.

Yudhoyono made the remark as he opened a national working meeting on legal aid held by the Law and Human Rights Ministry at the State Palace in Jakarta on Friday.

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Expatriates to get property ownership rights in Indonesia

The Jakarta Post, Jakarta | Business | Fri, July 26 2013, 12:11 PM

The government is currently revising a regulation that would enable foreigners to own property in Indonesia, says an official.

The regulation, Government Regulation No. 41/1996 on residential property ownership by foreigners, as of now only enables a non-national to occupy a building or land for 25 years.

“The decision on the draft bill will have to wait for approval from the House of Representatives and the Coordinating Economic Ministry,” Deputy for area development at the Public Housing Ministry Agus Sumargiarto said on Thursday, as quoted by

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