Day: January 1, 2023

Political minister asked public to oversee election agenda

The Coordinating Minister for Political, Legal and Security Affairs Mahfud MD asked the public to participate in overseeing the 2024 General Election agenda, and maintaining peace in the life of the nation and state in the 2023 political year. “In 2023 there will be a number of important political agendas;

Need to increase dissemination of healthy lifestyle in 2023: PAEI

Head of the Professional Development Division of the Indonesian Epidemiologists Association (PAEI) Masdalina Pane highlighted the need for increasing the dissemination of the Healthy Lifestyle Community Movement (Germas) in 2023. “Dissemination of Germas needs to be increased to make it entrenched in the society,” she said when contacted on Saturday.

Hope 2023 will bring new spirit to corruption eradication: KPK

Chairperson of the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) Firli Bahuri expressed the hope that 2023 will bring a new spirit to corruption eradication in Indonesia. “With the spirit of the new year 2023, let us work together for the nation and the state, serve the country, clean Indonesia from corruption,” he

Keep up the spirit for national development in 2023: VP Amin

Indonesian Vice President Ma’ruf Amin has asked all parties to welcome 2023 with the good spirit to continue the development in Indonesia. “In welcoming the 2023 New Year, let’s stay enthusiastic about developing our beloved country, Indonesia, by continuing to be optimistic and confident that tomorrow will be better,” the vice

BNPB asks Cianjur quake victims to coordinate before dismantling tents

The National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB) has called on victims of the Cianjur earthquake to coordinate with the agency before dismantling emergency tents to avoid any mistakes in reassembling them. “The BNPB, through the Deputy of Logistics and Equipment dismantled Cianjur earthquake emergency tents that were damaged. From the result

TMII packed with visitors on 2023 New Year holidays

Taman Mini Indonesia Indah (TMII) in East Jakarta is still packed with visitors during the 2023 New Year holiday. The light rain did not hinder anyone in capturing the moment at Tugu Api Pancasila (the Pancasila Flame Monument). Heavy traffic was noted at third entrance of TMII. A visitor, Nur Aisah from Setu, Bekasi, said